Which Biblical Couple Are You And Your Significant Other?

If you thought the Bible wasn't sexy, you thought wrong!

Craig Kelly
Created By Craig Kelly
On Mar 28, 2019

How did you and your significant other meet?

What is the most important aspect of maintaining a healthy relationship?

If you could give any piece of advice to another couple, what would it be?

What do you and your partner fight about the most?

When you met your partner, was it love at first sight?

Would you ever go through your partner's Facebook or text messages if they left their phone out?

Which of these things is the biggest turn off?

Do you consider yourself a romantic person?

Adam & Eve

Adam & Eve

The original lovebirds, Adam and Eve represent you and your partner. Just as Eve was created from Adam’s flesh, you and your partner were made for one another! When you two are together, it feels as though you are in paradise and you are not ashamed to be yourselves in front of each other! However, unlike Adam and Eve, you and your partner will not face such a crippling fate as the two of you keep each other balanced and would never do anything to intentionally hurt one another. Just watch out for those serpents!

Joseph & Mary

Joseph & Mary

Just like the relationship between Joseph and Mary, yours is built on trust and honesty. It was a humble and dedicated Joseph who stood by Mary’s side when she was pregnant and scared. But rather than succumb to fear, the courageous couple did whatever it took to provide support and love for one another! You and your partner understand that love always conquers fear and you’ll do anything for each other!

Sarah & Abraham

Sarah & Abraham

Sarah & Abraham shared a love that was down to earth and humble! Similarly, you and your partner are both modest and unpretentious. Although they faced challenges, they stuck by one another and were eventually rewarded greatly. In your relationship, you will inevitably face obstacles, but you and your significant other have what it takes to face them with courage and continue to let your love grow throughout time!

Jacob and Rachel

Jacob and Rachel

Jacob & Rachel’s relationship is built on unrelenting devotion to one another, just like yours! When Jacob spotted Rachel at the well for the first time, it was love at first site and he even agreed to work for Rachel’s father for seven years in order to marry her! Similarly, you and your partner have shared a special connection from the moment you first met and your love for one another will continue to blossom and flourish for years to come!

The bride and groom in the Song of Solomon

The bride and groom in the Song of Solomon

Song of Solomon is perhaps the most seductive book in the Bible and poetically depicts themes of sex, love and marriage! The bride and groom represented in this sensual chapter are completely enamored with one another and express their love in many ways; both physically and spiritually. Similarly, you and your partner connect in a way that is meaningful and sexy and know how to keep things exciting! Who said the Bible isn't sexy?