While we are called to be Disciples of Christ and model Christ in our lives, we shouldn’t expect someone who doesn’t reflect those values and principles to be the man for us.We can be a positive influence, but he needs to be in his own relationship with God first.As far as Christian dating tips for men and women is concerned, there are so many principles to follow for a successful dating.Both for guys and girls there are some great things to keep in mind as they pursue marriage.When you hear the word divorce, even if you aren't divorced yourself, I would bet that almost instantly you conjure up images of pain and tears, of yelling and courtrooms, of kids with backpacks, of lawyers and paperwork, of anger and sadness. Statistics tell us that divorce is the second highest stressor after the death of a spouse. The only difference, which can make it more unnerving to walk through, is that the spouse is still alive and well in the world, and you must continue at times to interact with him.
In reality, the apostle’s counsel is actually age, and is becoming increasingly relevant as we prepare for the “perilous times” we know will precede Christ’s return (Matthew 24:4–14; 2 Timothy 3:1).
Rules and regulations (mostly geared toward women) like, "Do not call or text him," "Never ask a guy out, let him pursue you, let him initiate," "Do not pray together," and "Only go on group dates" are often touted as inviolable and sacrosanct, as if they are dating principles derivable straight ...
Dear Brethren and Friends, Solomon tells us, “A good name is better than precious ointment, and the day of death than the day of one’s birth” (Ecclesiastes 7:1). How can the day of death be better than the day of one’s birth?
If you’re thinking you can change a man into the Godly you want him to be, you’re mistaken.
This change can only come from God, and the desires of his heart, not because you are forcing your principals on him.