Christian dating standerds
I decided that I wanted nothing less than God’s best for me. It means if you have doubts about the relationship, if your significant other doesn’t treat you with the upmost respect, if you argue more than you get along, if you constantly find yourself defending him or her to your friends, then end it.
I know that sounds harsh, but let me explain my theory on Christian dating. But I do believe that if you are seeking God’s will about who you date, He will lead you to someone that is a true fit for you.
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Ever had these thoughts about someone you are dating? Too many of my friends are finding themselves there now too.
Most are well intended and contain a nugget of truth. Dating is hard enough without sifting through all this erroneous information, so let's debunk some myths.
There are plenty of them, but let's focus on what I believe are the top five myths that make dating harder for Christian men.
You must decide before you go on the date what your limits will be.
Culture promotes moving in together as the most logical step in a relationship. I recently saw a Disney channel sitcom where an elementary school girl asked her teenage sister if she felt committed enough to her boyfriend to move in with him.
I was flabbergasted when I heard that come out of the little actress’s mouth.
SEE ALSO: Shotgun Weddings Give Way to Cohabitation in Surprise Pregnancies, I thought to myself. ” “Yeah.” “Well, come on man, you’re not getting any younger,” she teased. I was twenty-eight when we met, now I’m thirty-two.” Sensing his discomfort, the hairstylist immediately switched to a more comforting tone. It’s a big decision, and you have to think about it seriously.
And recent polls indicate that 49 percent of youth between the ages of thirteen and seventeen who have attended church in the last week approve of cohabitation.