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If I may be so bold, God does not care who you marry (providing it’s a fellow Christian) or whether you marry.
God does not decide in advance who gets married to whom.
The belief that God has a perfect husband/wife out there results in a passive attitude toward finding a husband/wife, and even after you do get married it creates a passive attitude in handling marital issues.
In this day of 50% divorce rates, a passive attitude is detrimental to the relationship.
God told Joseph to marry Mary, mainly to facilitate his plan of redemption. Now suppose things did in fact work out for John and Jane, and they got married, lived happily ever after. The bible clearly teaches that although we have a diversity of ministries, it’s all one Spirit (1 Cor 12:4-6).
But note that Joseph was already betrothed to Mary, so they had actually already met and fallen in love, long before God spoke to him. This is noteworthy because even in the case of Hosea, God gave him choices. Suppose God predestined that John will marry Jane, and suppose John marries someone else or never gets saved. In other words, any form of Christian ministry will automatically complement each other, you don’t have to fret over that.