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Her writing has appeared in numerous publications, including Christianity Today’s Her.meneutics, RELEVANT, Think Christian, and Start Marriage Right. Find Bronwyn on Facebook or Twitter, or follow her blog at where she writes about the holy and hilarious.We are happily married and enjoying sharing life with one another.We do our best at keeping God in the center of our lives.For marriage, being [the enormous thing it is] means we are not the same person after we have entered it.The primary challenge of marriage is learning how to love and care for the stranger to whom you find yourself married.” If this slow learning of sin-tainted compatibility is a necessary corrective to our expectations for marriage, we would do well to apply the same wisdom to our expectations for dating.

This idea is our parody of an idea that came from the Enemy.” I daresay, the belief that we should detect some initial “excitement” when meeting the One we are to wed is an outworking of that same deception.Tim and Kathy Keller’s runaway bestseller for, he says, no two people are compatible.Our story had much more awkward beginnings: he was late to dinner, dressed in a jacket that should have stayed in 1987, and he mumbled a very awkward “don’t I know you from somewhere? Then there were weeks of misfired conversation, a DTR which revealed that he thought I was being flirty when I was trying to be friendly, followed by a few more weeks of silence.And then, somehow, our paths crossed again, and I found myself interested in getting to know him.There would be some kind of chemistry, some kind of instant attraction.I was not naïve enough to think that the instant attraction would necessarily be positive.Secondly, though, I believe I did not give him a chance because I was expecting a different chemistry.