Christian beliefs about dating scor vs dating
However, understanding the arguments on both sides will help you remain strong in your own faith.
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With that in mind, these six dating standards are directed towards every age group.
Some of these standards are solid biblical truths, while others are personal opinions based on years of counseling and observation.
You should pursue that desire on God’s terms, which leads me to point number one… Apostolic singles should never consider dating anyone (and I mean anyone) who is not Apostolic.
There is nothing more important to any relationship than walking in spiritual unity.
There is a lot of controversy when it comes to Christian teens and relationships.In those situations, the entire relationship is built on a lie. Dating someone into the Church is a bad idea – the happily ever after success stories are extremely rare. Why would you be attracted to someone who isn’t Holy Ghost filled, holy, and zealous about their faith? You won’t attract the right kind of person if you aren’t working to be the right kind of person.Singlehood is a tremendous opportunity for self-improvement, preparation, spiritual growth, and maturation. Apostolic singles must trust that God is guiding their footsteps (Romans , Proverbs 3:5-6, Proverbs 16:9, Psalm ). God orders our every step if we are faithful to Him.Yet a lot of teens are already having sex, not realizing the emotional and physical consequences.Other Christian teens are not having sexual intercourse, but doing everything but "going all the way." This brings up the question, "How far is too far?