Bible says dating christians


18-Dec-2019 19:31

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Her newest book for singles and couples, Choosing Marriage: The hardest and greatest thing you'll ever do, is available for pre-order and set to be released this Spring.Become a Healthy Person The best way to have a healthy dating relationship is to become a healthy person.God’s Word reminds us of the need for us to throw off the old baggage of sin, bad habits and hang-ups—and to become new each and every single day (Ephesians -24).When it comes to dating, I think we could all benefit from relaxing a bit about searching for hard and fast rules, and learning to apply Godly wisdom to every single part of our lives.

The Bible makes it clear that life is less about the “do’s” and “don’ts” and so much more about doing what’s beneficial, healthy, and righteous (1 Corinthians ). How can dating be done in a way that’s healthy and righteous?

Maintain Boundaries All over Scripture, we are reminded of the value of a physical relationship within the context of a committed marriage and the risks of intimacy outside of marriage (Hebrews 13:4, Song of Solomon 8:4).



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