Christian women dating non christian man
I joined the Church out of a desire to obey God, to serve him and demonstrate my love for him. You see, most women dream of a man who sweeps them off their feet and romances them in every way possible.
I dream of being patient, supportive, tender to my husband, providing him with a home to rest in and to be his helpmate in every area of life that I can. My problem is this: I go on a first date, and then I never see the guy again.
Moreover, for various health reasons my biological clock is ticking away twice as fast as anyone else’s.
But had I told them what they should do if they fell in love or started being attracted to a non-Christian man? I’d failed to give them practical advice, and knowing that makes me feel physically ill.
In this article, I’d like to look at some practical ways that Christian women can stay pure—how you can stop yourself from dating, having premarital sex with and marrying a non-Christian.
Christian guys don’t even act like they want to pursue me at all.
A few guys have been remotely decent, but their faith isn’t very solid.
Church, this issue shapes our young people, friends, and family more than we could ever imagine. “Let’s just sit back and see what happens” might work in certain scenarios, but Christian dating isn’t one of them.