A good recipe for marital disaster will be two incompatible partners. Their union will only end up unveiling the negative sides of both. When I was in primary school there were occasions when we were asked in tests and examinations in English to underline an odd word among four or five words. A good example is this: Crayon. Pencil. Biro. Chair. Tempo. Any intelligent pupil quickly realizes that they are all writing materials except one – Chair. This simply shows that there are things that don’t go together. Even the scripture supports that fact. Solomon said in proverbs that there are three things which go together… (Prov. 30:29) That means there are things that don’t go together; they are not comparable or compatible. So also there are people who can’t go together, be it in friendship or courtship. There are certain people who can’t be compatible with certain other kinds of people. Male – female compatibility is a factor young people and those who love and talk to them must understand; else you’ll end up mixing water with petrol. It will be unfit for drinking and unfit for energy generation. That’s what incompatibility does. It brings out the worst in people. A good recipe for marital disaster will be two incompatible partners. Their union will only end up unveiling the negative sides of both. People begin to draw bad conclusions about both, whereas the underlying problem is incompatibility. As we discuss from day to day, you’ll discover the basic compatibility issues that will help you in your choice of a life partner. Basically compatibility has two types: the resolvable and the non-resolvable. Non-resolvable compatibility has to do with primary and rigid issues of life. Issues and factors that if anyone who wants to date you questions, you will not compromise for anything. A good one will be your faith in Christ. It is like mixing water and fuel. They will never be one. Resolvable compatibility issues are those that can still be resolved mutually with wisdom. This is like mixing water and wine. It will taste like wine but just not as concentrated. ‘Water’ should go with ‘water’, ‘wine with wine’ and ‘fuel with fuel;’ so each couple can give the best to the world and be a blessing to their generation. Share this and bless more people.

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