That is certainly true of one betrothed, but consider the full marriage relationship (as it is written): The two become One.
So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate.”
Well hang on a minute.....where does it ever say that God and his son "become one" as in a marriage arrangement?
The "oneness" of God and his Christ is that of a Father and son, not a husband and wife.
That relationship is to be exclusive to Christ and his bride which are the elect...those whom will rule with him in heaven.
If you yourself were to tell your own story third person, would the author of your story not be you?
In the case of God the matter is not that elementary but rather the revelation of matters of actual life and death and the unmixable natures of both Light and darkness, which men have not yet even fully imagined. Who then is on that "same page" and of that same mind, and who shall be?
I believe that the scriptures make that obvious.....only those who fulfill 1 Cor 1:10 can be of the elect. All must hold to the same beliefs because God does not speak with a forked tongue......his adversary does.....
God does not exist in disorder, factionalism and false doctrines and celebrations adopted from paganism.....so that leaves the divided churches of Christendom out of contention IMO.
What is left then are the ones who claim that God is with them personally, but they have no way to prove that they are guided by God' spirit because of having no brotherhood to back them up. Its just their word for it.....not very convincing except to themselves.
That leaves the ones who are outside of Christendom, but who do have a brotherhood who are global in scope and all hold to the same Bible based truths....the true disciples of Christ are out there fulfilling 'the great commission'. (Matthew 28:19-20; Matthew 24:14) They are not popular...in fact they are hated by many, just as Jesus said they would be. (John 15:18-21)
Who does that describe? I know who it describes to me....