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Every time we say “no” to sexual sin and turn to prayer and tell each other that we value them and their walk with God too much to go one step further, God uses that to strengthen trust between couples.

My wife regularly tells dating couples that one of the reasons she trusts me is because I literally ran from compromising situations before we were married.

When they’d sin, they confessed to each other and, made oaths to not let it happen again. Because of the shame, they never truly let anyone else in on what was happening, and in hindsight they admitted that their courtship had been a big cover-up of deceit.

Unfortunately, Tim and Jess’s story is all too familiar.

If your relationship before marriage is characterized by giving into urges of the immediate desire, you’ll most certainly struggle when you get into the nitty-gritty of married life.

If we learn to do what we want to do when we want to do it before we get married, we’ll carry that pattern into the days that follow our wedding.

Satan wants couples to get used to running on the caffeine and sugar of lust rather than mature love of service and sacrifice. Renew your mind with God’s Word and keep waiting in faith.

While both people in the relationship are responsible before God, the man in the relationship must set the pace for purity.

Don’t allow your relationship to remain unexamined by other godly Christians.

Both of you should have a godly couple or faithful friends who keep you accountable. Sexual sin doesn’t need to be dagger in the heart of your courting relationship, engagement, or marriage.

Tim and Jess had only been married for 8 months, but the honeymoon was most certainly over.