5 Types of Men Not to Marry

I’m taking a little break, so this week I’m sharing an article I wrote for Crosswalk.com. I hope you enjoy it.

5 Types of Men That Make Bad Husbands

When alarms sound in our heads, we need to listen. This is especially true when they concern potential marriage partners. This radar warns, “Be careful. Don’t think you can fix him.”

Just as the great patriarch Abraham wanted a good wife for his son, so our heavenly Father wants good spouses for His children too. His warnings protect us from marrying the wrong kind of men. Here are five types of men to avoid. Click here to finish reading.

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Online Bible Study

Ladies, I’d love to have you join me for an online Bible study this summer on Give Yourself a Break.

When: Thursdays, June 8th-August 17th;  8-9:30 p.m. EST.

Where: Online—in your pjs!

Reserve your spot: Please contact me so we can get back with the details of how to connect. The study will lead you into God’s peace and rest in 10 areas where many of us struggle with unrest. The first week will be a meet and greet time. Order your book here. Hope to connect with you soon!

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Resources: To learn the qualities that make a good spouse see Little Women, Big God.

Photo by: Xavier Sotoma

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  1. Pam Ecrement

    Amen! Amen!! These are great, Deb! Love this post!! IF ONLY those who are unmarried would pause to realize how important they are!!

    • Debbie Wilson

      Yes, Pam. We want to protect them.

  2. Jacqueline Wallace

    Great post, Debbie. I will never cease to thank God for his leading in my life in the matter of marriage!

    • Debbie Wilson

      Me too, Jacquie! We are blessed.

  3. Mary Stoll

    I am a friend of Lindsey Payne’s and would enjoy joining your group…

    • Debbie Wilson

      Wonderful, Mary. I look forward to getting to know you.

  4. Donna Reidland

    Debbie, I hope every single woman out there takes the time to read your post. So many heartaches could be avoided if we would pay attention to the Lord’s warnings and red flags like these. Thanks for sharing.

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