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At the same time as a kid, there were a a small amount of things I really wanted to be when I grew up: A companion, a father and a dolphin. All now and then there will be a hopeful matchmaker who would akin to to connect me with their definite daughter, sister, or friend. My answer is often met with criticism, argument and more questions. God wants you to be married. In his at the outset letter to the church at Corinth, Paul makes it clear that he is single and unmarried. Paul knew, based on his own experiences of being a traveling missionary on equally the road and behind prison doors, that being single gave some advantages of flexibility for the advancement of the Kingdom. Imagine how different his ministry would have been if he had a wife and children ago home! I suspect the Bible would read a lot differently had he been married. Paul also makes it very clear that singleness and marriage ceremony are both equal gifts from God.