***DISCLAIMER***The following is far from an exhaustive answer to the question. it is simply an answer nonetheless.
Recently, someone asked me what God does all day and night. This person also asked me how to win a woman’s heart in a godly way. Because the first question has more of a biblical answer than the second one, I only include the first one in the title of this article. While I spend a little time addressing the second question, the majority of this answer addresses the first question.
Two questions: 1) I mean this with all sincerity; what does God do all day and night? 2) What does God and the Bible say about as far as how to win a woman’s heart in a Godly way?
You have asked some interesting questions.
As far as what God does all day and night, it is important to understand that God does various things. This includes but is not limited to the following actions:
- Creating (Colossians 1:16; Psalm 119:73, 139:13; Isaiah 44:24; Job 10:8-12)
- Sustaining (Colossians 1:17)
- Deciding the weather (Psalm 135:7, 147:16, 148:7-8)
- Seeing everything (Jeremiah 23:24)
- Raising up rulers (Daniel 2:21; Psalm 75:6-7)
- Controlling rulers (Proverbs 21:1; Ezra 6:22)
- Revealing scientific discoveries (Daniel 2:21; James 1:5)
- Protecting His people (Psalm 91:1-3, 14:4-6)
- Providing for His people (Matthew 6:31-33)
- Working out all things for the good of those who love Him (Romans 8:28-32)
- Giving and taking away (Job 1:21; Ecclesiastes 5:10-20)
- Judging the wicked (Isaiah 33:22; Job 21:22; Exodus 34:7; 2 Thessalonians 1:3-12)
- Saving people from their sins (Isaiah 43:11; Matthew 1:21; 1 Timothy 1:15; John 1:29)
- Answering prayer (1 John 5:14-15; Matthew 7:7)
- Pouring out blessing (James 1:17; John 3:3)
The above things show God’s omniscience (He is all-knowing), His omnipresence (He is present everywhere at all times) and His omnipotence (He is all-powerful). In short, God manifests His omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence day and night. Scripture makes this very clear.
As it pertains to how to win a woman’s heart in a godly way, God and the Bible are silent. While married born-again believers are to love their wives as Christ loved the church (Ephesians 5:25; Colossians 3:19), that action is not the same as winning a woman’s heart in a godly way. Instead, it represents a good work that ought to be done by the godly husband. As a result, it may be more accurate to address how a born-again believer treats a woman rather than how to win a woman’s heart in a godly way.
I hope this helps you.