Love is not enough
Don't become partners with those who reject God. How can you make a partnership out of right and wrong? that's not a partnership; that's war. Are light best friends with dark? 2 Corinthians 6:14
Influences are real, impacts are real, and you want a person that will fight for you not only physically, but in the spirit as well. That’s essential to being equally yoked, a person who will fight for you in the spirit.
Love is definitely not enough
“If we're not equally yoked, we won’t move the same and if we’re not moving the same, that means we are not praying the same i.e., we’re not communicating with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit in the same way."
#Love is definitely not enough. Sometimes you hear in church that you need a partner that’s equally yoked but then no one really goes into detail about what that means. No one takes the time to say, equally yoked means being partners, and to be partners, there are different levels, qualifications, and requirements in order to be and stay equally yoked. For example, you need a partner that will not only stand up for you physically, not only be there to support you emotionally, but you need a person that will fight for you spiritually. If this partner does not believe in #God, Jesus, The Holy Spirit, angels, or demons, then how could they fight for you? Yes, they may be able to see a man in a restaurant, the man aggressively approaches you, and they protect you from that man. Yes, they may see you crying and put their arms around you. But when you’re feeling a bit off or there is some evil at play, are they able to go into the spirit and fight for you? Will they be able to put their hands together and say to the enemy, "No not my wife! No, Satan you can’t have my daughter! No, you cannot have my son!"
Let me put this simply, do they pray?
And if so, to whom and about what?
This is why love is not enough. What you need is someone who is equally yoked with you but not necessarily someone who has the same spiritual fight as you. He needs to know that there is a spiritual battle taking place and those things not only want your mind, your body, and your soul, but they want his mind, his body, and his soul. Additionally, these forces abhor successful relationships. Being equally yoked includes a man that's saved, and accepts Jesus as their Lord and Savior, but the most important thing is a man who is in constant communication with the supernatural. Meaning, he knows how to partner with and utilize the Trinity, angels, and is very aware of the roles demons can play.
Here are some things to consider:
My partner knows how to recognize when they are communicating with God, and angels or demons
My partner constantly listens to the Holy Spirit
My partner is aware of the supernatural - if our child was saved from a train crash, and I begin to thank God for His merciful angels, my partner will be grateful to God as well.
"If we’re not equally yoked, we won’t pray the same."
Honestly, if your partner doesn't believe they can communicate with the supernatural, that means the two of you will be on two different paths. The Trinity will tell one person things that will not be told to the other and that's only because the other person ignores them.
So yes, love is not enough because you will need a husband who is equally yoked even if he’s at the very beginning of that supernatural path. And remember, this is his path, not yours, so there needs to be no condemnation or comparison on your part. God knows how to advance people on their journey with Him. So don't condemn him if he isn't as far along as you.
Listen to the Holy Spirit and I pray that along with love and wisdom, having a partner who consistently communicates with God, Jesus, The Holy Spirit, and angels and puts demons where they belong, will support the will of God for your prosperous #relationship.