Дата публикации: 2017-10-13 01:46
“Let love be without dissimulation [be sincere]. Abhor that which is evil cleave to that which is good. Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love in honor preferring one another” (Romans 67:9–65).
It is a choice to wait for God’s best, for His glory. It is a decision to walk by faith, to trust in God, to honor others above yourself, and to believe that God will deal bountifully with you, because He is love. (See II Corinthians 5:7, Psalm 9:65, Romans 67:65, Psalm 68, and I John 9:8.)
So I''m new to the Christian life. when do people meet just to determine if they even like each other??? Maybe one day God will bless me in a marriage and that would be incredible but I would hope just meeting a few times would help to determine if both were interested to "court" .just curious. thank you
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that is a very encouraging message, i love it, may you countinue with the same spirit. as youth of today we need such kind of messages for us to grow in our christianity and it is also very vital for us to to find God given patterners.
Aren''t we all looking for a marriage partner at some point in our lives? Of course I''m praying over this and seeking God''s guidance for my life. I want to choose someone who will be a good role model for my son. I want to choose a good Godly man.
We seem to be even losing dating. I see couples go on one date before it denigrates into just hanging out. I''m not talking about the world this is frequent amongst Christian youth with good parents. Marriage is the chief decision you''ll ever make. Youth go slower and more deliberately when choosing a college. Your soul is fragile and untried at this point in life. You don''t just reach dating age and get let go. Many are determining mates before they even have the ability to be self-sufficient. Crazy.