This page isn’t geared only towards married women. Actually, it’s quite the opposite. Although once we’re married, it is great to have constant encouragement and growth, it is vitally important that we learn how to become the woman Christ created us to be long before our wedding day. In order to become the person God made us be and in order to be able to choose the husband that God created for us, we need to grow in our relationship with him as early as possible because the closer we are to him the easier it will be for us to see these things. There are far too many women who get married and then later they feel like they didn’t marry the right man. All too often we listen to our hearts or emotions or even other people help us decide who were going to marry. We need to be listening to God so he can reveal that to us in due time. God is the only one who can reveal a husband to us. I think the main reason that women have the problem with submission after they get married, is that when they chose their husband they didn’t ask themselves, “is this the man God has sent me, am I willing to trust him completely”? Because in submitting, we are trusting the other person completely with our well-being. Thinking of getting married, most people ask themselves questions like, “do I want to wake up to this person every morning”, or “can I see myself growing old with them”? But far more important is the question, “can I trust them completely”? “Is this the man that God sent to protect, love, and cherish me”? In order to find the man, God created for us, we first need to find out the us that God created. We need to grow in our relationship with him early on. To focus on our relationship with him, first and foremost, and allow him the time to reveal to us who we are, to grow our strengths, to make strong women that can handle all different aspects of life. To show us what our gifts and talents are and how to use them. Become who we are in Christ. Then and only then, will we be able to clearly see who else God has sent to this earth to lead us in life.