Yes, glorifying Godly marriages fictionally is the core of all my fiction. It’s the solution for “it’s not good that man should live alone”. The image of God is man, woman, & the Lord living as one. What is always left out is the presence of the Lord in marriage. Without the Lord, all you have is a social contract with no power.
An important corollary is that, as the result of eating the fruit of the tree, we actually believe we can pick out a good spouse. I had two marriages—one before I met the Lord, and one after He called me. The one after, He told me who to marry. It made all the difference.
By glorifying godly marriages fictionally we learn about His Love more deeply
The spouse He has chosen for you covers your weaknesses. In the same manner you cover his or hers. You do not want to get married until you’re sure that He made the two of you for each other. That way you’re dealing with a complete image of God—potentially. Only the Lord knows two people well enough to know who is made for each other.
If you’re not married yet, you need to seriously get before Jesus and tell Him that you only want the spouse He’s chosen for you. Get that settled before hand, and don’t settle for anything less. Having experienced both, let me tell you, the two types of marriage are completely different. The godly marriage brings healing, transformation, blessing, joy, and satisfaction. In my Godly marriage, when I saw my wife in trouble, I could go to the Lord and get help—commonly almost instantly. This is the core of my fiction. I seek to show how this works.
The last decade of our marriage was extremely difficult. But we had never been closer to the Lord, or closer to each other. A godly marriage is a powerful union—three in one with the power of the Holy Spirit always available. You should be so blessed.