These questions will give you a sense if you're on the same page together.Just make sure your relationship isn't all about asking questions.I know that sounds harsh, but let me explain my theory on Christian dating. But I do believe that if you are seeking God’s will about who you date, He will lead you to someone that is a true fit for you.I don’t mean that your future spouse will be perfect or that you will think alike or always agree on everything. But I do believe that if you seek God’s guidance, He will lead you to the person who is going to be the match for you.Today we are kicking off the Biblical Dating 4 Part Series! As much as you don’t want to hear this, I would say no. Since he shared his heart with me, he expected me to share my heart with him. I did not need to know about his past that early into our relationship. Spending time together will allow you to get to know him. Just think before you share – especially if you’re not officially boyfriend/girlfriend yet.You know those questions you have always wanted answered? This series will include questions about the pre-dating friendship, dating, and physical, emotional and spiritual boundaries. God has taught me a lot about guys, dating, and purity the last few years and I’m glad my pain is now being used for good. Groups is best for the early stages of the relationship. The world tells you that you should constantly spend alone time together. Groups are the best way to get to know someone and protect your heart. Instead, I wanted to get to know the man he had become, not the man that he was. If you go too deep too fast and then end up not dating, you will feel exposed, lost, and even more hurt. In college, I dated a guy who was the “great” Christian guy in our college ministry. Serving is a huge sign that this man will serve and lead you and your relationship. Life will happen, and you will see how he reacts to life.When you first meet someone who interests you, it's common to be infatuated, but over time, you want to get to know the person better and have some honest conversations.
Before walking down the wedding aisle, you'll want to have covered some basic questions on top of all the ones you went through while getting to know one another in the early stages of your relationship. That was too much information, and shared way too early. He told me about every girl he slept with and every mistake they made.Maybe this leads to a deeper relationship, maybe it doesn’t.Either way, the interaction is easier and more fun when it is not so intense.