Christians and dating bible

30-Mar-2017 13:58

But from what she revealed to me is that women are completely different.

Men have a way of disconnecting themselves emotionally even if they’ve had sex with the person.

You spend time, intimate time, with each of them as well as have intimate conversations with each person.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you know that certain circumstances can go from 0 to 100 real quick.

Things can escalate quickly so don’t blur the lines. I hope you can see where this could be an issue because if this is protocol for all the people you’re dating, well, that’s a problem.

Let’s say you have 3 different people that you’re dating at once. You kiss and hug each of them, and I’m not referring to the church hugs.

There’s no definitive guide on what to do and what not to do for us believers because the word “dating” isn’t even in the bible. What we call dating nowadays crosses too many lines.

I had people argue me down about how they felt it was OK to date multiple people.

Here’s one thing that may come as a shock, but you can’t always TRUST YOUR HEART.

If you get trapped after them saying they never have and never will see you like that then unfortunately that is your fault. Ladies, if a guy is telling you that you are just friends right now, don’t take it for more than that, especially if you haven’t crossed any romantic lines.

Don’t assume that this will grow into something unless he tells you that he wants something more. You can’t be kissing this person and then say you’re not ready to be exclusive with them.

We think that just “sex” create soul ties but that is not true.

With that being the case, MEN, we have to make better decisions and not lead women on when it comes to dating.

Here’s one thing that may come as a shock, but you can’t always TRUST YOUR HEART.If you get trapped after them saying they never have and never will see you like that then unfortunately that is your fault. Ladies, if a guy is telling you that you are just friends right now, don’t take it for more than that, especially if you haven’t crossed any romantic lines.Don’t assume that this will grow into something unless he tells you that he wants something more. You can’t be kissing this person and then say you’re not ready to be exclusive with them.We think that just “sex” create soul ties but that is not true.With that being the case, MEN, we have to make better decisions and not lead women on when it comes to dating.Dating in the western culture for Christians is so confusing if you ask me. If that’s the case, then shouldn’t I just continue my walk and eventually whoever God has for me will come? I get it, but that is also kind of like saying, “We have to live together before we get married because that’s how I’ll know if I can marry this person”.