Biblical dating advice
So another piece of Christian dating advice for women is this: The more mature you get, the more humility becomes attractive.
When you are in high school, the captain of the football team, the popular guy, or the dude who spends more time on his hair than you do will probably be more attractive to you.
You are the church and the church is the bride of Christ.
While you should not compromise on certain things, you don’t need to marry a perfect man because you already married a perfect God when you put your faith in Jesus Christ.
Often times attraction flows out of liking someone’s personality.
If you don’t get to know his personality, you might not realize how attractive he actually is.
Therefore, if you know there is something about a guy that will hinder you from actually marrying him, I would advise you not to date him. Why get attached to someone you know you will need to detach from?
Why expose yourself to all that sexual temptation if you know you will not marry that man?
If he started dating you because you made him feel like a god, he’s going to breakup with you once you make him feel like a human.Some Christian women date a guy who is not a Christian thinking she will witness to him, which some refer to as missionary dating. (For more on this, read my article called “What Does the Bible Say About Missionary Dating? Never Settle, But Make Sure Your Standards Are Realistic I think one of the most common pieces of dating advice I hear given to Christian women is, “Never settle.” Of course I agree with this.The problem I see is that a lot of women’s’ lists are just too long. As a Christian woman, you can’t stand for guys who have no respect for God, for you, or for themselves.As a Christian woman, I know your first priority is to please God, which is why you have thought so much about this whole dating thing.While God doesn’t tell us everything we might want to know about relationships in a clear written format, he did make it very clear that Christians are not supposed to marry unbelievers (1 Corinthians , 2 Corinthians ).
So I will just have to settle for these 6 pieces of advice.