Christian dating for guys

Rated 4.47/5 based on 520 customer reviews

Let the guru geese leave their golden droppings all over the sanctuary. No list of dating advice is complete without a call for careful prayer and explicit obedience in your dating relationship.

While there is obviously value to following the direction of Holy Spirit, ultimately, we weren’t designed to be obedient slaves, but rather, we were made to be sons and daughters.

It seems that dating might be universally confusing. What makes Christian dating so hopelessly complicated is the Christians themselves.

We bring our love for out-of-context scripture and applied-only-when-convenient principles into the mix, making for an entirely unique brand of utter ridiculousness. You don’t have to think, because we’re here to do it for you.

Christians aren’t the only ones obsessed with the dating scene.

If you search “rules for dating,” you may notice the unchurched are just as guideline-happy as the rest of us.

Children just love to be with their dad and know without question that he delights in them. He isn’t waiting to give you a spanking for kissing that guy. Listen to advice from people with healthy lives and relationships.

You’re marrying her because her heart posture has the potential to sustain a 60 year marriage. What we really should be focusing on are the qualities that indicate good long-term potential. Guys tend to overlook obvious deficiencies because… But neither of these issues are properly addressed by saying, “Don’t marry for potential.”Even if someone is a master of being single, marriage introduces a fat new batch of troubles (aka “growth opportunities”) to work out. You have an entire life ahead of you, so yes, it’s okay to marry someone for their potential to partner with you in living that life healthily and successfully.Never sit at home idle, waiting for him to call you. A man who truly loves you for who you are will also want the absolute best for you, which means growth. But that’s a lifelong journey you embrace together as a team of trusting, loving partners.It’s not something you work out in your early twenties, late twenties, thirties, forties, fifties, sixties, seventies, or heavenlies.For those unfamiliar with the subject, dating is a relatively simple procedure that must always be hopelessly complicated for any Christian daring to try it out.If you’re feeling lucky, try Googling “christian dating advice.” We’ll see you next week…But wait!

Leave a Reply