Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.
It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.” (NIV) These three scriptures give insight into the Christian dating life.
While love is a beautiful thing, the breaking off of relationships is hard.
There is a reason they call it a “broken heart.” God understands the power in love and the damage a broken heart can do.
Your intentions may be noble, but the relationships rarely work out.
Some Christians have even gotten married to non-believers, hoping that they can convert their spouse, but often the relationships end up in disaster.
While you may not be looking at marrying anyone at the moment, it should always be in the back of your head.
Why get involved emotionally with someone that you should not marry?
The Bible places more emphasis on Christians dating other Christians.
It is culture and society that place an emphasis on race.
On the other hand, some Christian teens believe that interracial dating is inappropriate due to the scriptures that tells Christians to avoid being yoked to non-Christians.
However, there is actually nothing in the Bible that prohibits dating people of other races.
When it comes to Christian dating, you live according to a different standard – God’s. There are some solid reasons why God asks us to live a certain way, and dating is no different. While most people have differing opinions about dating, it is one area of the Bible where there is not a lot of information.