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It means God wants Christians to marry other Christians.
He wants his children marrying other ones who are his children.
This person is the “right one” according to the will of God. The right question, which the Scriptures teach is this one, “Is he or she the right kind of person to marry?
Finding the “right one” is the key to finding God’s will and marital happiness over a lifetime. " Prov. says, “He who finds a wife finds what is good, and receives favor from the Lord." In other words, it is good for a man to find a woman and get married. It is good for a woman to find a man and be married as well.
They were very significant in terms of the covenant God made with Abraham and were major figures in the line of messiah. The normal Biblical approach in these non-moral areas (See the CD “How Do I Know God’s Will for My Life?
“) is to choose whomever you desire to marry as long as you choose the right kind of person according to God's priorities.
They should not have intimate fellowship with those that have not been declared righteous and are still in spiritual darkness.
This does not mean that Christians can’t have non-Christians as friends, but friendship is not a bond for life as marriage is.
Many believe that If a Christian should marry someone else by accident or by desire, then he or she will not be in God’s will. This means that getting married is beneficial and a blessing for humans.
They can still be happy, but will not have God’s best. They are not true and the Bible nowhere teaches these views. However, it is not just marrying any woman or man, but the right kind of woman or man.
This is a boundary that you must draw when it comes to whom you allow yourself to “fall for” or even date. What happens if you date an unbeliever and develop the desire and romantic passion to marry him or her, now what are you going to do?