Dating a christian woman

I’m not claiming to have this down, or to always get it right.

In fact, I feel able to talk and write about this topic precisely because I have got it wrong so many times and God has consistently shown me grace and turned my mistakes into good.

Check out this quick scripture: Single men – you may need a new look.

A new look gives a good impression; it means you respect God, yourself, and the other person enough to put some time and effort into presenting your best.

Many guys believe that the key to a great dating relationship is finding someone who makes them happy, makes them feel good and makes them look good.

My wife calls this the Arm Candy Syndrome; these guys usually end up alone and full of spiritual and emotional “cavities” or holes that no person can possibly fill.

Whenever I am thinking on or praying about relationships, mine or other peoples, this verse is always an excellent foundation.

We all need help sometimes; take a look at our friend from the movie Love never gives up. To your right is that guy you always got put in group projects with...

This scripture talks about changing from within by changing our thinking.

Becoming a gentleman is not just about changing your actions and opening the car door for your date (although you should do that), it is about changing the way you think and to beginning to think of others before yourself. A guy who does these things is attractive to the women around him. You can be extremely selfless but if you don’t have good hygiene and still wear clothes you wore in high school, you’re going to have a very difficult time dating.

They may be amazing but in my experience, they didn’t pray for me, didn’t try and stick to the values I have, didn’t challenge me, weren’t be able to build me up in faith and not having that did not make the fact that they were cute worth the sacrifice.

I’ve been with my boyfriend 6 months now, not massively long but it is my first Christian relationship and the difference that makes is phenomenal.

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