But single Christians may be tempted to say, "Well, it doesn't talk about dating. " To answer, it's important to take a step back and look at some principles found in Scripture. But when 30 hit, let’s just say God and me were in a fight.They also clearly want God to be involved, otherwise they wouldn’t even be asking the question, they would just get on with it.
While many start off with intentions of finding a godly partner, with each passing year the waiting feels longer and the hoping gets harder.
Slowly, we can find ourselves starting to second-guess our original standards, wondering if we've been too extreme or unrealistic.
Often Christians are in a church with an uneven number of single Christian guys and girls.
They want to be in a relationship, or already like a non-Christian, and wonder if it’s wise to date them.
is something many of us have heard of, but how many of us have actually taken part in it?
You’d be surprised to know how many Christians date someone with opposing religious views, all in hopes of converting them in the near future.
This isn’t to say that unbelievers can’t be good people, but I am saying I’d discourage you from dating someone who isn’t on the same spiritual foundation as you.
It’s going to mess you up, confuse your heart, and potentially smother your soul.
But the answer isn’t yes, no, maybe or sometimes, the answer is, it’s the wrong question.
The real question should be ‘What kind of relationships do I want to build?
In fact, I think he/she will be more encouraging of my faith than lots of Christians would be.” they’re wrong, and so the problem will often be that, in their guilt, they’ll stay hidden.