God made Eve and brought her to Adam. This is what God does, he brings wives to their future husbands. It is easy for a man to think that a woman is probably trying to get away from him when in actual fact she is just not ready. When God is finished working on her, he brings her to the right man. In Genesis 2: 22 the Bible says, “And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man”. If God brought Eve to Adam, he will bring the right person to you.
In the same verse, we are told that God took a rib from man and out of it made a woman. Why did God choose to make a woman from a man’s rib? Well, some people say that it is because in their relationship they had to be close and needed to treat each other with respect. However, we have to realize that when God uses what we are, the outcome is usually treated as something much close to the heart. God used Adam’s rib to make him a wife. Loving yourself is the key to loving the wife he brings into your life.
In Genesis 2: 23 the Scripture says,” And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man”. Adam understood how close he was to Eve. When a man and a woman meet for the first time, there are a lot of things that come into play for their connection to be consolidated. Even before they utter words to each other, there is usually an under current of feelings that can connect or separate them. How they make each other feel is really what is key in such cases and that is what impacts their interaction.
A woman can detect unpleasant responses and that can easily put her off. The words “My bone”, or “My flesh” are words of affection. When Adam said that Eve was “bone of his bones” and “flesh of his flesh”, it reflected a true sense of affection he had for Eve. If you are not prepared to say, “My wife or husband”, from your heart in the near future you are probably not ready for marriage. Adam loved Eve and love is key in finding a spouse.