Today, while familial involvement is still the norm in many cultures, in many others, singles are more on their own to find a mate.Some singles don’t bother to look for a spouse, believing God will bring the person to them, while others are forever on a search for one, fearing they may miss him or her.A Christian woman should let the man take the initiative as the leader God made him to be.And, finally, as believers, we should be able to stand on our own two feet, relying on the Lord to fulfill us rather than feeling a need to be married in order to be whole." Answer: The Bible doesn’t talk about dating services.In fact, it doesn’t even tell us how to “date” or “court,” or whatever term we use for the process we use to get to know a potential mate.Once we have these common struggles sorted out, we can begin to pursue a woman, or be pursued by a man, with an eye towards marriage.As in all decisions, we should ask God to direct us clearly.
A Christian man should take the lead in relationships and making sure their relationship glorifies Christ in all things.
10 Things You Can Learn From Marriage Studies Karen Kropf, founder of the nonprofit organization, Positively Waiting, author of has much to say on the subject.
I interviewed her earlier this week, and she argued that prayer between couples can create a powerful and intense bond.
A social support system of people who believe in their relationship and will encourage them when the going gets rough The goal is to focus on establishing those things before jumping too far ahead in the intimacy department.
Praying together, she reasons, is one step too far.
There should be a balance, as we remember that God is perfectly loving (Ephesians ; 1 John -18) and perfectly sovereign over every situation, desire, and need (Psalm 1; Romans -39).