There are many different approaches to Christian dating, all of which have their pros and cons. Some people are very cautious and guarded while others are much more open and willing to date someone faster.
One question I get a lot is, “How can I know if me and this person I really like are meant to date but just not right now in this season of life?” Another variation of this question is, “How do I know if my ex and I will ever get back together? Should I wait for them or is God telling me to fully move on?”
Whenever we talk about transformation, we must always start with the gospel of Jesus Christ. According to the Bible, the first step to truly being changed by the power of God is to receive Jesus Christ as your Lord Savior which then allows the Holy Spirit to live within you. For as Romans 8:8-11 states:
Contrary to popular belief, following God is not the safest way to live your life. The Bible is full of incredible stories of faithful saints who followed God even when it was risky. However, the Bible is also full of verses commanding us to be wise. As Christians, we need to find the biblical balance between wisdom and taking risks when God leads us to do so.
Here’s 4 reasons God doesn’t allow some relationships to work out.
Here are 3 signs that God is trying to tell you something.
Here are 5 things God will do in your life to let you know that your heart is ready to be in a godly Christian relationship.
Currently my most watched video on YouTube is called 4 Signs God Is Protecting You from a Bad Relationship. In this article, I’m going to give you 4 more important signs to also look for if you sense that God is trying to protect you from getting into a bad relationship.
Breakthroughs can come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes we need to overcome a harmful sin habit. At other times we need help dealing with some insecurities or identity issues. And other points we are in need of a relationship breakthrough where we finally meet the one God has for us.
Here are 4 things you should do when you think you’ve met the one God wants you to marry one day.