Christian dating advice guys
I know this is wrong and that I should only get advice from people who tithe regularly and vote the right way but I have taken all the advice below and find that I am still single.
Don’t do anything with the opposite sex that you wouldn’t want your future spouse to do with someone else. Let me cancel all my coffee dates lest it be considered an emotional affair. I will also cancel my eharmony membership despite their no refund policy. I should have used that money for the building fund at church instead of my own love life.
And ladies, if you are confused about a man’s intentions—just ask him to clarify.
It’s your responsibility not to let him lead you on. Men, imagine what it would be like if we started stepping up and took dating seriously?
We’ve spent over 10 minutes tirelessly combing the limits of the interwebs – dissecting every nook and cranny, examining every loophole, instigating mass pandemonium – and ultimately, we’ve brought you back a list of 10 ridiculous Christian myths about dating that your ignorant friends probably believe. These are real quotes from real published articles, by the way. “The level of [men’s] lust is directly related to how much of our bodies is available to lust after. By this theory, the only way to really master the art of dating is to not do it.
This is by far the weakest excuse for a cop-out I’ve ever heard, and yet it somehow manages to repeatedly eek its way out of the mouths of otherwise-brilliant pastors, authors, bloggers, and never-at-all-brilliant Twitter philosophers. The less we advertise, the less opportunity we give them to covet our bodies.” “When a guy gets ‘intoxicated,’ his body can’t help but react… “I’m not dating right now, so I can focus more on Jesus.” “We’re breaking up ’cause we feel like we need to just pursue God right now.” “I’m really attracted to her, and we have a lot of fun together, but I think I should just be focusing on my relationship with God right now.” As we all know, pursuing Jesus means discontinuing everything else in life. Unless a monastic lifestyle is your plan (more power to you), this sentiment doesn’t make any sense.
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