Non negotiables in christian dating

The list keeps your standards in check and can help you quickly discern whether or not that guy gets a second date.

It protects your heart against unnecessary wear and tear.

I dont know about you, but when I offer to take a woman on a date its because I wanted to spend time with her and see if she would be potential girlfriend material.

But we need to have the courage to move into and through that discomfort, trusting God to somehow satisfy what were longing for, even if we cant anticipate how.

Let’s be honest ladies, it can be easy to let something slide or dismiss a red flag when a cute guy tells us yummy, fluttery words we want to hear.

But is it an ugly situation when we let our hearts get too wrapped up into someone who ultimately doesn’t take care of it.

Many people use the fact that God already knows the desires of our hearts as an excuse not to pray.

Although, he does know them, he still commands us to, “in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” Philippians 4:6.

It could be that something is wrong with you: overwork, false expectations, insecurity, etc.

” Therefore, even if you have a vision or idea of what your future husband will be like, it is important that you define the specific traits in your life partner. An example would be, “A man who has a calm temperament and handles stress well.” This may sound silly, but the reason it is important to put the important qualities you desire into writing is to hold you accountable.

I was in a bible study where we were required to make a “husband list” for homework. It also gives you heightened discernment in dating situations.

In the book of Mark, a blind man had his friends take him to Jesus to be healed for his eyesight.

Yet when he got in front of Jesus, even though it was obvious what the blind man wanted, Jesus still asked him, “What do you want me to do for you?

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