Christian dating advice or teens
Courtship always has marriage as its direct goal.” Evaluate Your Relationship First things first, ladies, we need to make sure you are of age to date and/or court (Biblically date).
The initial question you want to ask yourself is: “Is this person a true believer and follower of Christ?
Many people “claim” Jesus and God, but are not the real thing. Spiritually we are to be discerning as well—if you are spirit-filled, anointed and read the Holy Word of God (the truth), you will be sharpened and will be able to spot a counterfeit.
Like a well-trained banker, you will be able to see a counterfeit when it is presented to you. (Matthew ) I know people who have met “Christian” men who are just the same as the worldly guys and sometimes can be worse…so beware! Don’t ignore the red flags or checks in your spirit.
If the guy who wants to date or court you is trying to pressure you sexually, then he is probably not the man of God for you.
On the Girl Talk forum, a girl asked about how to approach courtship and dating.
If he doesn’t respect you, then this is a clear sign that it could be a distraction, so be prayerful in how to handle the situation.
The Bible is very clear about purity and not dabbling with sexual immorality (1 Corinthians ).
Every week, I go through the “Girl Talk” section of Project Inspired and look for those seeking advice and counsel.
I want to help answer some questions you may have about living out your Christian life and walk of faith!