What does the Bible say about interracial marriage? Are we supposed to be actively looking for a spouse, or wait for God to bring a spouse to us? Can I start dating, or do I have to wait until the divorce is final?
Is it wrong for a couple to live together before they are married? Does God have one specific person for you to marry? Can/should a Christian who is a virgin marry someone who is not a virgin? What should I do if I cannot decide who I should be dating? Why is living together before marriage considered living in sin?
It’s an incredibly valuable and important stage of life where serving God should be your biggest priority.
I Corinthians -35 talks about a single person having undivided interest in serving the Lord, while a married person’s interests are divided because they’re also focused on serving their spouse.
When we ban them, all of the scammer's messages and winks are deleted with them so that you will not be bothered with their message or winks and so that you will have no chance of being scammed (many times they try to include their "personal" contact information including their email address so that they can get you outside of our protected environment). DO NOT GIVE OUT YOUR PERSONAL EMAIL ADDRESS OR CONTACT INFORMATION UNTIL YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH THE PERSON YOU ARE TALKING TO.
SCAMMERS WILL OFTEN GIVE YOU THEIR EMAIL ADDRESS OR "PERSONAL INFO" RIGHT FROM THE VERY FIRST MESSAGE.
This is a mega-post with 20 questions answered, the longest we’ve ever done. Singleness isn’t just a holding pattern while you wait for what you think you really want – the relationship of your dreams.
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We apologize for the confusion that this may create but we hope that you understand.
I guess I feel about someone who is infatuated with a non-Christian the same as I feel about a brother who is grossly overweight and a glutton; someone who spends all his time watching TV; or someone who never has personal devotional times.
In a sense, they all need discipline; but what is the best approach in each situation?