Apparently, it’s more difficult for a Christian Single to get a date than a non-Christian one. But why? How do we explain this difference and above all, how can we change this sad trend?
Whether at work, school or at church, we are constantly in contact with people of the opposite sex. Sometimes they become close friends. But a platonic friendship between a man and a woman: is that possible?
Most single Christians want to get married; few have received the gift of celibacy. But to make sure you have a strong marriage, you need to commit for the right reasons. Let’s see what the Bible says about it.
Anything we try to build on a bad foundation can only collapse with time and hardships. This is also the case for marriage. So it is better to think about our motivations for getting married before making a commitment before God.
We often envy the successes of others and try to emulate what they did to achieve the same results. It’s not bad, but let’s remember that God has made us all unique and so we all have our own story to write.
For most singles when they say they are preparing for marriage, they are talking about improving their finances, culinary skills, spiritual life, or the like. And that’s great! But do not forget to also prepare yourself for suffering!
Many singles look at marriage as a goal or a need. They do not feel complete, they live their life waiting for when they will meet their sweetheart. However, according to the Apostle Paul, marriage is far from being a priority!
The story of Romeo and Juliet is very romantic. Their families hate each other, but nothing can extinguish their flame. Everyone wants a love that strong, but if you care about your life, or at least your inner peace, consider your families well!
The vast majority of single people have asked this question once in their lifetime. Some refused to ask it because they feared the answer. Let’s see what the Bible says about it.