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Posted by Shanny on Apr 5 2012 5:31PM

My name is Shanny and I am 20 years of age and my boyfriend is 25 years of age, we have been together for 3-4 years now, we are both Seventh-Day-Adventist christians and we are wondering if we should get married now, I am in my second to last year of University and he is already finished should we go forward with marriage now or should we wait a little longer to make sure that we are both prepared to spend our lives together. What would you advise us as a young couple?

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- Re: Marriagefrom Maggie, May 11 2012 7:03PM
I say trust God pray and when he tells you its the right time go for it hun

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- Re: Marriagefrom Tom (asst. editor, Insight), Apr 19 2012 5:29AM
Our online columnist (and Christian counselor) Omar Miranda has written a response to this. Please e-mail us at insight@rhpa.org, and we will get the article to you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

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- Re: Marriagefrom wendy, Apr 9 2012 5:12AM
Having just completed a year of marriage myself I can vouche that the first year takes a lot of energy. It's fun and good work but you personally may want to make sure you can balance the priority of setting up a fundamental marriage while finishing school. The cost of starting out is more than you assume as well, there are so many hidden costs beyound the wedding expenses, be sure you can afford this. If you truly believe God has brought you together maybe a long engagement (like one that lets you finish your degree first would be best). Dating as long as you have is beneficial but trust me, marriage is different even with that long standing establishment of your relationship so please consider at least finishing school and pre-marital counseling during this waiting time.

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