God’s word tells us to guard our hearts, because the truth is, everything valuable is worth protecting.
It’s easy to include God in our spiritual lives, but why not include Him in our relational world, as well?
1 Corinthians reminds us that no matter what it is we’re doing; it can be used as a means to glorify God.
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.
But be encouraged, though He may not always provide us with the direct plan, He always gives us everything we need to get where He wants us to go.
Though the Bible doesn’t talk directly about dating, it does speak volumes about relationships, godly interactions and principles that can be applied to how you date.
No matter where we are or who we are with, above all else, we are called to reflect God’s love, encouraging and uplifting those around us (1 Thessalonians ).
It’s important to remember that though dating should not be used for the purpose of bringing the person you’re dating to know Jesus, it’s still a chance to encourage and uplift those we come into contact with.
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).
Becoming more like Christ sets us up for interactions with others that reflect love, healing and wholeness.
Our relationships can be an instrument that draws us close to God, as we seek Him for wisdom, guidance and discernment along the way (Psalm ).
It’s time to take the pressure off of trying to date “biblically” and instead see the entirety of our interactions with others (including how we date) as an opportunity to connect with God, to become our best and reflect Him to the people He brings into our lives.
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