I’ll briefly touch on these three things from what I’ve learnt in my own experiences. Dating Non-Christians To start, the Bible pretty specifically tells us we should not be having relationships with non-Christians: Your mission to share your faith with non-Christians doesn’t extend to dating them.But honestly, the main lesson I’ve learnt is a difficult one: it’s frustrating and easy to pretend it’s not true, but God’s way is the best way, like it or not. There is good reason for this instruction, but I remember in my youth groups and with my Christian girl friends we would find so many excuses to ignore it, because we liked guys that weren’t Christian and wanted to justify ourselves!God makes things work for your good, and that includes your dating life.If you trust in Him and listen to what he says about relationships, He will work for your good.
Heartbreak is not impossible for Christians, and the first guy you try to date in a God honouring way might not be the guy, there might not even be a guy (there’s an excellent post on singleness here, sooooo worth checking out), but Relationships are both wonderful and testing, but the best way to do them will always be God’s way, whether we like it or not. To merely felt relieved of these intimate feelings.and i are really in agreement never to attempt sex before our wedding in the future..kindly counsel me please. I have noticed you don’t monetize girlgotfaith.com, don’t waste your traffic, you can earn extra cash every month with new monetization method.I’ve been with my boyfriend 6 months now, not massively long but it is my first Christian relationship and the difference that makes is phenomenal.He points me to Christ, shares wisdom, prays for and with me, encourages me when I am feeling doubtful and fights with me to hold firm to my faith and the values we share.It’s so easy to do, but I have dated a few non-Christian guys and in my opinion, it’s not worth it.They may be amazing but in my experience, they didn’t pray for me, didn’t try and stick to the values I have, didn’t challenge me, weren’t be able to build me up in faith and not having that did not make the fact that they were cute worth the sacrifice.But know that if you’ve had sex, you aren’t unforgivable.I’ve found that women having sex before marriage is often treated for some reason as a sin worse than others, it’s not.Hebrews 13:4 encourages us “ Following God’s rules rather than our own desires is the best guarantee for our long term happiness, also in the area of our sexuality. Marten Visser (1971), experienced a call from the Lord to be a missionary while in Kindergarten. Whenever I am thinking on or praying about relationships, mine or other peoples, this verse is always an excellent foundation.In the rest of the Bible God’s design (sex is to be enjoyed in marriage) is always assumed.This is especially clear from the fine that a man has to pay for sleeping with an unmarried virgin (Exodus -17) and from the requirement that a woman should be a virgin on her wedding night (Deuteronomy -21). So there is sexual immorality that is not adultery. In 2000 he became a church planting missionary in Thailand with OMF, together with his wife Esther.