Unequally yoked and dating

31 Dec

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(Luke ; Romans )"I tell you," he replied, "if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out." - (Luke )"How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in?

Some may ask why we have been commanded to tell others about our faith in Jesus.

The answer to that question is found in the book or Romans, in Chapter 10 verse 14 where God's Word says, "How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in?

In fact, she should inspire trustworthiness within you.

If you don’t trust her, you’re probably making her as bitter as you’re making yourself. If you can’t trust her, maybe you’re not ready to date her or maybe you need to work on confidence issues within yourself.

Here are 10 qualities of good future wife material: When it comes to finding your wife, I’ve heard “equally yoked.” It has nothing to do with weightlifting for those of you guys who like muscle women.

Your potential wife should share common beliefs with you.

Jesus told the Pharisees that even if all His disciples were silent, the very rocks would cry out!!! Tell others what Jesus has done for you and boldly declare to this lost world that Jesus Christ is our only hope and our only answer.

" - (Romans )I love the interaction in Luke 19 with Jesus and the Pharisees as they were complaining to Jesus about His disciples who were declaring for all to hear His miracles and without shame praising His name!

We are His disciples and that is what we should be doing.

If you start dating her, much less marry her, you will discover why soon enough. Your future wife should love you just as you are, regardless of anything you’ve done in your past. She should already do a good job of managing her own life.

Some questions to ask yourself: Does she care about causes? Does she give change to the needy or buy them a meal? In your eyes, she should be a “10.” When my wife walks in the room, I’m awestruck by her every time. However, I’ve dated “hot” girls who ended up being downright ugly by the time we broke up. Just remember, “charm is deceptive and beauty is fleeting.” She should be beautiful down to her soul because that kind of beauty lasts forever. There will be minor adjustments along the way, but if she nags you about your core characteristics, it won’t get any better in marriage. If she’s got loads of debt and doesn’t work, you’re going to be taking all of that on.