Bible study dating non christians

I have found that the main challenges facing Christian girls (and the ones I struggled with HUGELY) are dating non-Christians, not having sex before you’re married, and the christian relationship myth!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.

If you trust in Him and listen to what he says about relationships, He will work for your good.

Dating is complicated, tricky, testing and can be a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. Doing it right is flipping hard and requires some serious dedication.

I imagined that when I did meet and fall in love with the guy God had for me that it would be easy, that I’d be a fantastic girlfriend and that he would never let me down.

That’s not the case, the only perfect love is the love God has for us.

But again, I’ve done this wrong before, and believe me if you have a non-Christian boyfriend, sticking to this is a whole lot harder, and it causes huge amount of heartache and hurt.

God set this rule for a reason, and it’s too clear in the Bible to try and argue your way around it (me and my friends tried that one too!

The biblical indication is that believers should only date other believers.

Related Topics: Is it right for a Christian to date or marry a non-Christian?

I’ve found that women having sex before marriage is often treated for some reason as a sin worse than others, it’s not.

There is always enough grace, God’s love does not alter when you have sex: The Christian Relationship Myth Finally, an actual Christian relationship is really not what you’d think!

For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Becoming romantically involved with an unbeliever is inviting trouble.

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