I love the thoughtfulness of your question. It may be one of balance in your life now, but after being married for 15 years, the conversation of balance does not end. Once you’ve spent years concentrating on your own balance, along comes a special someone that seems to rearrange all of that! Paul was keen in encouraging those that have only God to please:
1 Corinthians 7:32-34 NASB
 But I want you to be free from concern. One who is unmarried is concerned about the things of the Lord, how he may please the Lord;  but one who is married is concerned about the things of the world, how he may please his wife,  and his interests are divided. …
One thing I’ve come to learn in balance with a spouse is that you can begin learning balance now to help you later. I would advise to do your best to learn to live at peace with believing the answers you have, while prayerfully allowing others to bring new perspectives that may adjust your thinking, while also living peacefully with some that will not ever seem to be on the same page. Give yourself and others time to be human.
I had the hardest time with what I perceived to be a strong sense of right and wrong. With my wife, sometimes I have to spend a long time waiting for her to come around to some things God may be dealing with in our lives. Sometimes I find out it was me who was not getting it.
I guess what I’m trying to say is as much as you want to serve the Lord, being attached to someone else will sometimes require sacrifice and mercy, both in giving and receiving (it’s interesting to practice receiving mercy!). Therefore, while you are single and only have the Lord to focus on, hone in on your understanding of the Bible not as a technical document to leverage, but as a narrative of real people’s lives. Learn good hermeneutics so that you can speak to someones heart from your heart, which should also reflect the heart of God.
This is what I wish I had focused on more when I started my journey into theology and apologetics. As for the spouse, I’d pray that God sends you the right partner to join your life, who will make you want to be a better person, and that you will see and appreciate them as God sees them. And then let them be however God has designed them. Sometimes I find my wife to be the perfect foil to my intellectual nonsense.