” Better advice when dating someone would be, “listen to the counsel of others,” or “seek to be wise in your relationships.” These phrases aren’t as cool or as much fun as “follow your heart” but in the end they will lead you to much more joy and fulfillment. From the beginning of time men and women have tried to enter into some sort of dating relationship “casually.” Where the relationship “wasn’t so defined” or where “they were just going to take it day by day.” In the end, 100% of the time, these “casual dating configurations” leave somebody hurt, because one person is more committed to the relationship than the other.Dating doesn’t exist to have someone that you can hang out with or “make out” with on the side, dating is designed for the pursuit of marriage.
Now I know what you are thinking isn’t this guy a pastor? But my hope in this is only to help you, after all God created relationships, and so you would be a fool to not at least consider his a perspective on dating that is grounded in scripture.God said, “It is not good that man should be alone” (Genesis for us!Marriages are not only a basis for happiness, they offer us longer and better-quality lives.Try to find anything about dating in the Bible, you will not find anything. Does she seek to build you up and help you with what God has for you? Some of you are in a relationship with the person that God wants you to marry and you will eventually marry. While you are praying for someone, someone is always praying for you.Nor will you find anything about courtship, but we do have biblical principles to help you when seeking a Christian relationship. Marriage is probably the greatest tool in the sanctification process of a believer’s life. Confess your sins to the Lord, don’t go back, You are to chase Christ together. be blameless, not arrogant, not hot-tempered, not addicted to wine, not a bully, not greedy for money, but hospitable, loving what is good, sensible, righteous, holy, self-controlled, holding to the faithful message as taught Has she surrendered her life to the Lord? Sometimes Christians get into relationships with Christians and it just doesn’t work out. What you must not do is become bitter and say, “everyone around me is in a relationship why am I not?