It’s so easy to do, but I have dated a few non-Christian guys and in my opinion, it’s not worth it.They may be amazing but in my experience, they didn’t pray for me, didn’t try and stick to the values I have, didn’t challenge me, weren’t be able to build me up in faith and not having that did not make the fact that they were cute worth the sacrifice.I’ve been with my boyfriend 6 months now, not massively long but it is my first Christian relationship and the difference that makes is phenomenal.He points me to Christ, shares wisdom, prays for and with me, encourages me when I am feeling doubtful and fights with me to hold firm to my faith and the values we share.Sex is not to be hidden because it is dirty, but it is to be protected because it is precious.
Song of Songs speaks positively of the longing of a man and a woman for each other.
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!
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.
I fight with my boyfriend, sometimes he’s annoying, sometimes I’m frustrating or just not loving him properly.
There isn’t a constant stream of sunlight around us. But God is faithful, and prayer that he will sustain you goes a long way. I’m amazed and had to show my heartfelt gratitude about the article.has abundantly exposed me back to a real truth..