Christian perspective on dating non christians

Rather than take a defensive approach to their input, consider that emotions can hamper your ability to see as clearly as those positioned on the outside-looking-in to your life. Most Christians who hang onto a non-believer actually think they are the best chance that their unsaved date will ever have for knowing Jesus? Someone has already coined a word for this false evangelistic strategy. If it’s true that you don’t want to look back someday after the romantic feelings subside (and they will), and regret you lost (amongst other blessings) valuable time. …you doubt the person you are dating is “the one” you are meant to marry and fear keeps you from breaking off the relationship. Draper wrote, “Doubt never means yes and always means no or wait a while: God does not lead through doubt. Don’t go so far as justifying staying in a relationship you’ll wish you had abandoned later.If you can’t get peace, that is an answer.” When God opens the door for marriage in your life, you will know that you know you are with the right person. Here’s why: in the dating world, thoughts like, “I can’t break up because…,” mean that doubt has given the keys to fear which will drive you down a rough road containing potholes of confusion and bumps of anxiety.

It’s perfectly healthy to forgive, but it’s not OK to be unwise.I assume you know right and wrong when it comes to sins such as lying, stealing, and killing.This article isn’t meant for Bonnie and Clyde couples headed for jail.They want to be in a relationship, or already like a non-Christian, and wonder if it’s wise to date them.But the answer isn’t yes, no, maybe or sometimes, the answer is, it’s the wrong question.

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