Godly tips on things to say wile dating a guy
But aside from that, there's no real, hard-and-fast rules about this sort of thing. No, if you want your significant other to actually grow with Christ you will encourage each other to regularly worship because you want them to: 1. I don't have the kind of space necessary to speak of the manifold benefits of sitting under regular preaching, but I'll list a few. At the same time, it's important to recognize that the corporate gathering of the people of God, in receiving the supper and lifting our voices in song, prepares and shapes the desires of our hearts to focus on God throughout the whole week.
Still, over the years I've come to see that there is key mark of a maturing relationship centered and continually centering itself on Christ: both of you are absolutely committed to each other's involvement in the local church. First, it convicts of sin and humbles us before Christ. If for no other reason than avoiding the danger of your significant other turning your own relationship (or you!
To get really practical, avoid French kissing and petting—anything that is sure to ignite the fires of passion. Feeding your thought life with junk only makes it harder to remain pure in your actions. Decide where you're going to draw the line, and tell God that with his help, you are not going to cross that line until marriage. The Bible says it's a serious thing to make a vow to God.
At the same time, realize that you can't stick to your promise without his help.
No, I’m not talking about arranged marriages, as tempting as that may be for some dads.
As a Dad, I must be involved in an active dialogue around the topic of what “biblical relationships” look like with my daughters and sons.
Pacing your passion means that you realize you're trying to remain pure all the way to your wedding day. Imagine there's a sign on everyone you date that reads: PROPERTY OF JESUS.