Christian perspective on dating non christians

is something many of us have heard of, but how many of us have actually taken part in it?

Christian perspective on dating non christians

Or, how do you know, husband, whether you will save your wife? If two people have found each other, fallen in love, and are taking good care of each other, then let them be.

If Paul was okay with Christians being married to non-Christians, perhaps you could find your way to lightening up on the matter. Let their relationship grow into whatever it might.

I understand that God can use all things to work together for the good of those who are in Christ, but I cannot help but wonder if God would encourage a relationship that is unequally yoked. I’m not ignorant enough to think that God hasn’t used an unequally yoked couple for His good, but I will still fall on the side of discouraging relationships where both parties aren’t on the same spiritual page. (Proverbs 16)Your relationship with God should always be put above your relationship with anyone else, and that includes your future spouse.

My wife and I both encourage one another to make God our first priority, and in doing so, our relationship with each other will flourish.

There seemed to be 10 girls for every single available guy in church.

Then there was the pressure of every person I knew asking about my relationship status every time I saw them.

I’ve been single for years, but I recently met a guy I hit it off with right away.

I’m interested in getting to know him more—the only problem is he’s not a Christian.

This isn’t to say that unbelievers can’t be good people, but I am saying I’d discourage you from dating someone who isn’t on the same spiritual foundation as you.

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