Christian dating and prayer
), the starlit evening, and the honeymoon in Spain.But we need to take a step back and stop reviewing that fantasy every time we meet a new guy.Tell her kindly you won’t be calling anymore because you aren’t interested in a romantic relationship.It will sting a little for her, but it’s better than leading her on for months and her having 372 discussions with her friends. Stop over praying and overanalyzing and start asking!
This means that as a Christian, you must date and marry another Christian. For this reason, it is important to spend time getting to know each other in the context of friendship. (Read why you can not miss out on “the one.”) With that being said, let’s continue to step 3. We have to fearlessly trust in Him to accomplish His will. I think a lot of believers want so badly to live for God that we stress ourselves out when it comes to decision making.You don’t want to do that, because being a Christian isn’t all that matters. Marrying someone who doesn’t understand you, wants totally different things out of life than you, or doesn’t share any interests with you is a recipe for at best, a very discordant marriage and at worst, a divorce.There are tons of Christian men out there that I would have been miserable marrying. At the same time, when you’re constantly trying to put every man you meet through your “husband filter,” it destroys your chances of figuring out if you actually like that person.Thankfully, in one of my seminary classes I learned a new model for decision making and the decision became clear.