Before we can talk about “God testing you,” we first have to clarify the differences between a test and a temptation. While the Bible is clear that God can initiate a test in your life, it is also clear that God will never tempt you with sin.
The word I’m focusing on in this article is “just.” Why won’t God “just” give you a spouse? When people ask this question, they are asking for the reasons why God will not just make their future spouse appear in their life? Why won’t God just let you bump into that person he wants you to marry? Why won’t God just put flashing lights around him or her and say, “This one? Marry this one!”
Here are 3 signs that could mean God is telling you that you need to heal more before getting into a new Christian dating relationship.
Here are 3 bad things that happen to you when you do not put God first in your life every day.
One of the last things Satan wants is for a godly marriage to be formed between two Christians who desire to glorify God together. This is why Satan opposes healthy Christian dating relationships as well. He knows if he can stop a relationship from starting in dating, it will not result in a healthy marriage one day.
In this article, I am going to share 5 of the top sins that keep many Christians single who would like to be married one day.
Here are 4 signs God is telling you it’s time to fully move on from someone in your past.
Here are 4 clues that might mean Satan is trying to use a bad relationship to tempt you away from Christ.
What should you do when you want to be in a Christian relationship but nothing you do seems to work?
By studying 2 Timothy 3:1-5, we can discover at least 19 red flags that Christian singles should avoid if they hope to enter into a godly relationship. This passage of Scripture is for all Christians and applies to a much wider context than just relationships for singles. However, by applying this list specifically to a season of singleness and dating, we can also gather an immense amount of valuable insight to help you avoid bad relationships. 2 Timothy 3:1-5 states: