Some singles don’t bother to look for a spouse, believing God will bring the person to them, while others are forever on a feverish search for one, fearing they may miss him or her.
There should be a balance, as we remember that God is perfectly loving (Ephesians ; 1 John -18) and perfectly sovereign over every situation, desire and need (Psalm 1; Romans -39).
Unless we are rebelling against God, we can be sure that He is not punishing us through our singleness and that He is very likely bringing the right man or woman our way…eventually!
God uses our choices, other people, and sometimes even modern technology, to bring about marriages.
While this sounds like a lot, many American Christians are not particularly active in their church communities. This may be a small matter for some but, for Christian singles who want a faith-filled partnership it's a vital difference, adding to the challenge of finding a partner who you trust shares the same values.
Everyone must investigate the evidence and decide if they believe this claim or not. Or, He's a liar about His claims, which also is not consistent with every other moral teaching He preached.
Or, He is Lord, which means He really was who He said He was.
Along with these benefits, online dating does raise new dangers: a creep—a violent one, even—may be lurking behind the next click; the process over-represents certain features of a person (facial appearance, for starters); and it requires an investment of funds that perhaps could be better spent elsewhere. These archaic behaviors suited the olden days, but some of them seemed novel even to the generation before mine.
It also reduces the need to choose between meaningful in a region where pickings are slim, and work that may be further from one's calling in a more populated area.