Questions ask christian man dating
When you’re committing to marriage for the rest of your life, you’re committing to joyfully submit to the loving leadership of your husband because you agree with his vision for the rest of your lives.
You trust that if his vision for your lives were to change, fervent prayers in seeking the Lord’s will would be apart of that change along with your voice and concerns.
You are committing to helping your husband in that vision. So with a strong dose of seriousness in view of marriage, I suggest to single women not to waste time in dating by going the route of “getting to know” a brother in Christ on an emotional level.
What I mean by that is avoiding spending so much time flirting and getting to know a brother that the point of the courting/dating relationship is skewed.
Both values are good and not necessarily incompatible, but if not articulated and discussed, it could be a point of high conflict if the responsible person likes consistency and persistence, while the risk-taker likes changing things up and going for the impossible. Is your partner trying to force you to become like them?
Too many marriages start (and end) with vague and un-identified core values. Become like some figment of their unrealistic dating imagination? We all go through intense, all-encompassing communication training for years; it’s called childhood.
When I was dating I remember constantly being smothered with that one giant question. To magically stumble upon “The One” like finding the gold at the end of a rainbow that is being carried by a unicorn with leprechaun jockey.
But how are you supposed to know which one is the right one?
My journey of discipleship has been fraught with sin, and Bobby has taken a heavy load in living out Christ for me day in and day out.
There were flaws and red flags he didn’t notice, but I wanted to change the world for Christ with him. I was seemingly submissive to spiritual leadership.