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Okay, he’s after all of us, but there are some unique dangers in singleness — especially in unwanted singleness.
Just as you are free to say “yes” to more spontaneous things, you’re also able to say “yes” to things that require more of you than a married person can afford. Start a daily prayer meeting or some regular outreach. Organize a new Christ-centered community service project. You’d be surprised, with God’s Spirit in you and a resolve to spend your singleness well, how much you and your single friends are truly capable of, especially when you dream and work together. The idea is to spread yourself dangerously thin, so make decisions prayerfully and in community with people who love you and can tell you, “No.” My perception, however, is that most not-yet-married believers can afford to give or do more than they are.So, Paul concludes, skip the ceremony, literally, and enjoy “your undivided devotion to the Lord.” Most say, “More power to you, Paul . Maybe it’s abundantly clear that you need a helper to carry out God’s call on your life (or it’s abundantly clear to others that you do).Maybe you want to have kids and realized that you need help with that.It has the potential to be a unique period of undivided devotion to Christ and undistracted ministry to others.With the Spirit in you and the calendar clear, God has given you the means to make a lasting difference for his kingdom.You’re all dressed up, having “every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 1:3), with literally everywhere to go.
With God’s help and leading, you have the freedom to invest yourself, your time, your resources, your youth, and your flexibility in relationships, ministries, and causes that can bear unbelievable fruit.Therefore, for the not-yet-married, our (temporary) singleness is a gift. If God leads you to marriage, you may never again know a time like the one you’re in right now.A season of singleness is not merely the minor leagues of marriage.Think of a couple people or families for whom you could lay down your single life.No one is expecting you to care and provide for others right now — no one, that is, except for God. Regardless of your paycheck, you have been given much.So, here are eight suggestions for making the most of your not-yet-married life.