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A believer dating an unbeliever

The traditional knives have red handles, and many come with two blades (big and little), two screwdrivers (flathead and Phillips), a can opener, an awl, scissors, a file, and a pair of tweezers (nine manifestations! If you receive one multipurpose knife as a gift, you can use (bring into manifestation) any or all of its implements, and cut, snip, tweeze, etc. Similarly, the one gift God gives each believer is holy spirit, which can be manifested in nine ways.

It’s important that you respect the other’s choices and allow them to be themselves.

An obvious problem would be if the partner was actively ‘anti’ the faith of the Christian.

The word “manifestation” is a good translation of the Greek word phanerosis, which means “a manifestation, a making visible or observable.” [1] A manifestation is detectable by the five senses. Electric energy in a light bulb is manifested in the form of light and heat.

A manifestation of the chicken pox disease is a rash with small pimple-like sores.

But it’s dangerous to bandy about those verses out of context.

Paul also says that somebody whose partner is an unbeliever should not divorce them.

Therefore, each Christian has spiritual “power” and should be exercising that power.

Remember that Jesus said that when holy spirit came, believers would have power. It is the power to hear from God, to speak in tongues, prophesy, do signs, miracles, and wonders, and much more.

He would now quite happily call himself a Christian and a believer.

Of course, there are no guarantees on that front and I don’t think you should ever go into marriage hoping to change the other person.

In my view there are only three ways an unequal marriage can turn out:1.