God in your dating relationship
Here are some thoughts you can meditate on that may help you to make sure you’re dating in a way that God designed.
Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works.
It is easy to see only the positive in the other person and completely ignore any warning signs. It would be foolish to date someone and not even consider the possible outcomes.
Relationships can be rough especially if we try to take matters into our own hands when God has already spoken.
If a man cannot do that, he is not ready to be a husband.
And if he is not ready to be a husband, dating him could only have a sorrowful outcome.
" But don't be robbed of your joy and peace, individuals or groups of people like that don't know where God is; He is a whisper-distance away from you, is all.” ― C. “The aim is to love God because the pure heart loves loving God and because the true mind knows He deserves it.
Unlike the accusations and beliefs of the critics and skeptics, it is neither an obligation of duty; nor a fear of damnation; nor a wish for power; nor a desire to appear more righteous than others; nor because God needs it; but because through all love, truth, reason, faith, honesty, and joy in and beyond oneself and the universe, He is worthy.” ― Criss Jami, tags: accusation, apologetics, beautiful, belief, christ, christ-jesus, christian, christianity, criticism, damnation, duty, faith, fear, glorification, god, gratitude, heart, hell, holiness, holiness-of-god, holy, honesty, insincerity, intelligence, jesus, jesus-christ, joy, knowledge, love, mind, motives, obligation, power, praise, purity, reason, relationship, relationship-with-god, righteousness, service, sincerity, skepticism, thankfulness, truth, understanding, universe, wisdom, worship, worthiness, worthy “I came to think of God as more of a gracious friend who was accompanying me on this journey, a friend who wanted to carry my burdens and speak into my life and shape me into who I really was and who I would become.” ― Joanna Gaines, “In medieval India, the Hindu Vaishnava system of bhakti-yoga (devotional yoga) developed highly sophisticated categories of relation (rasa) to God, including santa (awe and reverence), vatsalya (parental attitude toward God), dasya (servant of God), sakhya (being friends and playmates with God), and madburya (passionate, romantic love).” ― Siobhan Houston, tags: destiny, god, honoring-god, honoring-people, image-of-god, kingdom, life, love, loving-god, loving-people, money, nature-of-god, people, principles, purpose, relationship-with-god, serving-god, serving-people, time, values, work, worship “We all want to spend eternity with God. We stand and stare from a distance, satisfied with superficiality.