This post could go into a million different directions.They are so focused on “finding the right one” and “hearing from God” and looking out for “lightning in the sky” that they suck all the fun out of it. Why is it that so many single Christians turn dating into some kind of checklist and interviewing process? Here’s a tip girls: if you have a checklist, look it over, count up all those necessary character traits, then crumple it up and chuck it in the trash bin—‘cause that’s where it belongs. Go to parties, hang out with friends in group settings, get to know other single people. If you say those three powerful words too soon, what you're actually saying is "I love you just the way you are." Therefore, he'll see no reason to change.10. I'm a firm believer that you don't love a person until you know that person.This is actually specified in the scriptures that we should not be equally yoked with unbelievers.The Lord said that doing so could draw you away from your faith and away from Him.In this chapter we’re going to look at the godly way to find a husband or wife.We’ll contrast the modern dating culture with godly dating practices.
As a Christian woman manoeuvring the challenging waters of dating, there are certain dos and don’ts that you should follow.
God doesn’t care about your list…while expecting to get a date. (Next Wednesday, I’ll address the issue of whether or not women should pursue or be pursued). And here’s a scandalous idea that I’m sure someone will disagree with, but oh well: try flirting.
I don’t mean wear a push-up bra and sit on his lap.
Be a blessing instead and let this person grow more in Christ by what he can witness in your life.
Dating doesn’t have to be about the romance but also how you both can be closer in and towards Christ.