Dating with a purpose christian
It can feel like there is so much unnecessary nonsense attached, and that causes some to lose hope.
For those that feel this way, don’t be discouraged, but be mindful of what adjustments you can make to see some improvement in that area.
Here are 7 mistakes single Christian women should examine and consider correcting.
Going to church and praising God is a beautiful thing.
Dating with a trajectory towards marriage doesn’t mean you only date one person ever. So, if you choose not to get coffee or watch a movie with the opposite sex, then whatever. The ultimate purpose of marriage is sanctification (becoming like God). If you have no idea what values are important to you in a future spouse, exit the road to marriage at the next off ramp.
That would be awesome, but it’s not always realistic. If you are a Christian, God isn’t a piece of your pie. Why date someone who doesn’t even have God as a piece of the pie? Pull over at the closest gas station and decide what you want in a future spouse. Your list is designed to give you a framework for dating, not be a checklist for it. Your heart and the holiness of marriage are too important to flippantly give away because you are frustrated, impatient, or settling.
Being open to meeting a potential mate in church makes perfect sense.
Using church as a shield because you don't want to put yourself out there and be vulnerable, can and will likely work against you.
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In Dating With Purpose, Anthony Mc Comb answers the tough questions about dating that have mystified both men and women.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating