Dating christian young men
I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve met a lot of phonies, and even been blind enough to date them. After finding the right man to date, the battle becomes keeping God in the center of the relationship AND your life, rather than the man you’re dating. He knows every guy’s heart better than we ever will, and the best part of this is they can’t fool God like they may be able to fool us (1 Samuel 16: 7). If we trust Him, we can avoid a lot of unnecessary heartbreak.Dear Kim, Thank you for your excellent question and for your patience in waiting for my response!It is a relevant question, in a society that pushes dating at such a young age.She had recently broken up with a boyfriend that was holding her back spiritually. You want to be respected, so you gotta show the world that you respect yourself and expect respect. I know this may upset a more feminist reader, so let me clarify – do you NEED a man to pay for your food? Does wanting a man that wants to lavish you with love show feminine weakness, male dominance and dependence? You’re looking to be loved, cherished, and respected. When we got pregnant, I expected the smoking weed and hanging out with friends more than he was hanging out with me to stop. There are reasons why God made sex for marriage, read them here: Why Sex is for Marriage ONLY & 8 Benefits of Waiting. [Now that I have been married a few months, I can finally give an update about what God has taught me about sex within marriage and why I am so thankful that we waited.
A plethora of books, blogs, advice columns, and magazine articles have surfaced in the last few years, attempting to give Christian young women some helpful tips for snagging a godly guy and achieving that much-desired state of wedded bliss.“Call him up and invite him out to coffee! “Just because you are the woman doesn’t mean you can’t give the guy a nudge in the right direction. “When it comes to finding a husband, if you snooze, you lose!
The ultimate reason for dating is to find a spouse.
Once you’ve found someone to marry and you get married, you no longer engage in dating.
Therefore, I think it’s safe to say that this is the defining purpose of dating: to find someone to marry.
It is because of this that I really believe that a person should begin dating only when he or she is at an age and stage in life when marriage is a realistic possibility.