If you are a Christian single girl or guy, what should you do when you like someone? What are some good Christian dating tips when you just start having feelings for someone but nothing more has happened? Should you immediately tell this person that you like him or her? Should you just wait and pray for God to reveal his plan while you do nothing?
What are the signs of a cult leader? How can you identify a leader of a cult? And what kind of language will cult leaders use to deceive their loyal cult followers?
There’s an assault on the church’s sexual purity. We are surrounded on all sides by a culture that glorifies external beauty, quick pleasure, and porn. So it’s no surprise to see the satanic claws of sexual immorality trying to squeeze the life out of Christians. Affairs, premarital sex, and the deadly glow of a smart phone late at night in the hands of a young boy with no accountability – these are the glaring sexual idols of our day.
But idolatry loves to swing from one extreme to the other.
Can you miss the will of God for your life? This is an age-old question that people will never stop asking. It can also be simple or complicated to answer depending on what angle you decide to take.
In this article I will try to give a balanced answer to the theology of this question while also addressing the practical side of “missing God’s will” and how that might look in real life.
When you are a Christian and you are having relationship issues, you want nothing more than for Jesus to intervene. Whether you are struggling in your dating relationship or marriage, whether you are in a season of unwanted singleness, or whether you are just utterly confused on what you are supposed to do with the desires you have for a Christian relationship, you need Jesus to intervene.
After reading my guest post on Julie Roys’ blog called 3 Ways to Wrongly Apply Matthew 18, someone reached out to me for some points of clarification.
Christian singleness is a blessing from God. Christian marriage is also a blessing from God. Therefore a desire for either one is healthy. Certainly we can have sinful reasons for wanting to be single or married, but either desire is biblical in and of itself.
How persistent should a Christian guy be if a girl rejects him?
Most Christians know the general boundaries in dating. While premarital sex is usually the main concern when trying to avoid “crossing the line” before marriage, singles should also be aware of the dangers with emotional promiscuity as well. There are emotional boundaries in Christian dating that should not be crossed.