The bible is very clear about fellowshipping with someone who is unequally yoked.(2 Corinthians ) While this scripture does not specifically elude to be only speaking about married people, it certainly can and should be applied to marriage.
Marriage becomes the central situation in which we grow to become what God intends us to be, the context in which we also lovingly raise our children to know him.
A great marriage becomes a place of shelter, hope, and strength during difficult times, and a place of deep joy and thankfulness to God for all the goodness we experience.
I said, if you’re going to make yourself vulnerable, choose someone who is ruled by the Holy Spirit.
In many evangelical churches, this verse from Corinthians has been used very narrowly as a warning against marrying non-Christians.
This is part of the sacrifice of relationship; there’s no guarantee, but it’s worth the risk.