The phrase “How to guard your heart from falling in love” is commonly searched and is the wrong approach for Christian singles unless they know they want to be single forever. The goal of guarding your heart when you like someone is not to prevent romantic love from occurring. Rather, the goal is to pursue romantic love in a biblical way that is honoring to God and healthy for your heart.
Christian dating is often such a challenge because you are supposed to be growing in your relationship but you are also supposed to be guarding your heart before marriage. You are supposed to be attracted to the person you are dating, but as Christians you are also supposed to resist sexual interactions with each other before marriage.
Should Protestant Christians be getting married to Catholics? Are Protestant Christians and Catholics equally yoked? Can they date or is this just a bad idea?
When should a Christian couple say, “I love you”? Can a Christian couple say “I love you” when they are dating, courting, or only when they are engaged to be married?
Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? Why does God allow suffering in the world? If God loves us, why does he allow pain in our lives?