Christians and dating questions
For you, being smart means that after you leave the relationship you shouldn’t go back!
What I mean is this: if fighting in your dating world means hitting, pushing, shoving, name calling, yelling, manipulating, or anything rude that occurs on a consistent basis then, of course, turn walk away. In bad relationships, bad things happen and will continue to happen if you let them. Wisdom always does now what brings satisfaction later.Those who have taken to heart even one or two of these principles have told me that it has had a dramatically positive effect on their life, and has helped immensely in the process of controlling their negative sexual habits and impulses.It’s easy to give Jesus priority status when there’s no competition.My eyes have been opened to a lot of the beliefs that hindered me through my dating years and through that process have been able to encourage others.The following have done a lot of harm in the lives of many young adults: mine included. If you’re too picky you’ll never get married: A while back (and I’m talking…a long while back), I had a dozen roses shipped to my house by a guy who had taken an interest in me.But I can’t go back- and you know what, that’s okay.
Because through the process of finding love I’ve learned a lot.
Over the years, I’ve put together a list of what I consider to be the top relationship advice for dating Christians (or those interested in dating).
The list has emerged through countless conversations and discussions, and offers some great ground-level wisdom on how the call of discipleship should steer our journey through romantic relationships.
This is not just a business for us; it’s what gets us up each and every day.
We count our success by the enormous number of connections, relationships, marriages, and children we’ve helped to create.
Not sure if it was my frizzy hair or bad make-up that attracted him (you ever look back at those pictures and wonder how you ever walked out of the house looking like that?