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The parallel sentiment with respect to marriage would be from the psalm: (Psalm 128) Blessed is every one that feareth the LORD; that walketh in his ways.
For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee.
Then the blessings of eating the labor of one's hands and having a fulfilling home life will follow.
But if stopping ones fretful worry in order to better seek God's kingdom does not preclude laboring with one's hands to eat the fruit thereof, then fearing God to walk in his ways does not rule out putting an effort into courtship to make it work out.
I mentioned that the passage in II was talking about Christian ministry, not marriage per se, and the teacher changed the subject saying that question could be answered by the exhortation to marry "only in the Lord." I since sent the teacher some aterial on the subject where I pointed out, among other things, that "only in the Lord" had to be interpreted within its own context and was not of itself going to settle what something else means, especially something from a different context.