Christian dating dos and donts
Recently, a few girls I know in their twenties, wanted to talk with me about “being single.” They asked me an array of questions like, “Why do I need to be single? I’d like to hone in on one particular facet of the single Christian life (and save the other stuff for the next two Wednesdays): Dating. I mean, I don’t know many Christians who actually enjoy dating. The topic of “singledom” is always a hot one, especially in Christian circles. Anything could happen to you while coming out of the house. Be careful not to become too touchy feely and sloppy agape. Just because he bought dinner doesn't mean you owe him a kiss, a pat, or a feel. Do not allow any man to indulge in sexual conversation on your first seven dates--like constantly making comments about the way you are built. And last but not least..you make a decision to have sex with any man that does not possess godly qualities, you WILL contract something that is deadlier than a disease. Let him come to your door, ask for you properly, and escort you to the car. The added pressure against you is the fact that you just fed the flesh; it is sluggish and off guard. Don't allow a man to call you pet names early in the relationship....8. Never date a man who even looks as if he was going to hit you in the heat of a disagreement. Remember he is not Jehovah-Jireh, your provider.13. Do not allow a potential mate to call your house after 12 midnight. Therefore, you must be careful as to what spirit is about to step inside of you.
Marriages are not only a basis for happiness, they offer us longer and better-quality lives.Never let someone lead you to hold back on your faith.Since every Christian has their spiritual journey, don’t let yourself be a stumbling block for someone’s spiritual growth.In this chapter we’re going to look at the godly way to find a husband or wife.We’ll contrast the modern dating culture with godly dating practices.