1 Corinthians 7:32
He who is unmarried cares for the things of the Lord—how he may please the Lord.
People are single for four kinds of reasons: physical, medical, spiritual, or they just want to be single—not everybody wants to be married and apparently that is a part of God’s plan. Some of the greatest people who ever served God were single. Rejoice in all the gifts God has given you, including your singleness.
Seeking marriage is not wrong, but don’t let that search dominate your life. We must not make finding a marriage partner the supreme goal of our lives by putting all our energies into searching for a mate. We must learn to be in God’s will. A very wise person said, “There is something far worse than single loneliness, and that is marital misery.” Learn contentment, for it is great gain.
If God has a mate for you, He knows how to bring the two of you together. Don’t take things into your own hands.
Wherever you are, whatever your situation, use the time to grow both mentally and spiritually.
 Jeremiah, D. (2002). Sanctuary: finding moments of refuge in the presence of God (p. 157). Nashville, TN: Integrity Publishers.