Indeed a widow’s plight may be more drastic than most, in an age with no income support or welfare, widows would often have no choice but to marry if they wanted to eat!They needed to find someone to marry as a matter of life or death and Paul says - he must be a Christian! I think its a wisdom issue, but also, Paul asserts this as someone speaking for God!“The only step we were skipping was the physical side, which in the end I don’t even think that last forever.” The TLC series will attempt to test just that.The other Texas-based couple, Amy, 38, and Mike, 34, get married after being friends with benefits for 13 years — the premise being to determine whether friendship or sexual chemistry is the key to a successful union.“When we reevaluated our relationship we realized we’ve been on thousands of dates.
A Christian lives their lives oriented towards the Lord Jesus, non-Christians hate the Lord Jesus (the Bible is pretty clear on that one, as nice as non-Christians often are). Living with a non-Christian will limit your ability to serve, to give, to go to Church, to offer Christian hospitality, and you will find yourself constantly having to decide between two people you love - generally speaking one will eventually win out over the other, either you will end up hating Jesus and loving your non-Christian husband, or hating your husband and loving Jesus. Being married to a non-Christian is a long, lonely, painful existence.The Mc Kinney, Texas pals had never even kissed before agreeing to participate in new TLC reality series “What If We Get Married?” (premiering Friday at p.m.), which follows two couples who have never dated for six months of their new marriage.It’s a question every single person of a certain age has asked themselves about their platonic best friend — should we just date each other?In the case of Amanda Mc Mullan, 28, and her childhood best friend Christian, 29, they decided to take the plunge and not just start dating, but jump straight to marriage.