A bible study for dating couples
Looking back on those experiences, I can see what assisted in the success of our time apart, as well as what had the potential to harm the bond we had worked hard to form.
As Christians, we should be intentional and deliberate in how we date, ensuring that we protect each other's hearts and emotions. But this storm is as real and destructive as any of those we talked about above. Yeah, I know the Bible doesn't have the word "dating" in it. The way you do things now in your dating relationship will influence the way you react to the one you marry. Which leads us to our first principle on teen dating. God's Word clearly tells us to stay away from close relationships with unbelievers. Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? Dating shouldn't mean "mini-marriage." You aren't really married, so don't act like it. If this isn't enough to convince you, then look at what the Bible says about it. If you look in your Bible...you'll notice I didn't quote verse one (1.) The reason...? You're "young adults." And some day, you're going to move out on your own..from under your parents authority..live your own life. But as a teen, should you completely lose dating and find other "safer" options? The best and only place to go for good advice about teen dating is the Truth found in the Bible, the Word of God. or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? Hurrying things won't help your dating relationship. And it seems to have the worst consequences in teen dating relationships. Sure it was in a different time..what if dinosaurs were still walking the earth when your parents were dating (just kidding! And they know more than you..matter what you think! If you've made a decision for Christ..should live for Him. You need to listen to His voice in all walks of life...including teen dating. He maintains a full time counseling practice in Austin, Texas.
Young, host of the syndicated radio show The Single Connection, and Adams, a clinical psychologist, present a nine-week course of daily devotionals for committed Christians involved in long-term relationships and aiming toward marriage.Two of my friends are in dating relationships that will soon be tested by a long period of separation.