We should date for fun, friendship, personality development and selection of a mate, not to be popular or for security.Don't allow peer pressure to force you into dating situations that are not appropriate. You go to youth group, you love Jesus, you meet someone, you graduate high school, you get married, and as the fairy tales say, “You live happily ever after.” When I was 19 I was ready. At 27, I understood and accepted that God was using the last few years to prepare me for marriage.
Or when you’re invited out with the couples so you can watch the kids.
Or when the only thing that people ask you about is your relationship status (even though you’re convinced that if it had changed, you would make sure the whole world would know about it). Worshipping the idea of marriage in place of our Creator places an expectation on that relationship to fulfill the deepest need in our hearts — which can only be filled by one person: Jesus. And while I don’t claim to be an expert on the subject, I do know that a heart truly submitted to God desires His heart first and trusts that His love will fulfill all other unmet desires.
What do Christian single girls look for in a single Christian guy when contemplating a soulmate or marriage partner?
This question always seems to percolate in any singles groups I have ever attended or led.
While there may be a lot of reasons or contributing factors as to why a Christian would make the choice to be in a romantic relationship with a non-Christian, I don’t believe that it is simply a relational issue.
It’s a complex spiritual issue that requires some self-reflection and honesty.
Are you a Christian single girl or guy with a different take on the issue?
But when 30 hit, let’s just say God and me were in a fight.
It's what Paul was referring to in 2 Corinthians when he said, I know that this seems so easy to say.