I’d been struggling with making a decision about this particular relationship for at least a year.
I truly wanted to do what I felt was God’s will, but I also really didn’t want to give up the relationship.
For instance, one guy that I dated was a very nice guy.
But although he said his faith was important to him, attending church and reading the Bible were not high on his priority list.
I can’t say that I’m an expert on relationships, but if there is one thing that I feel like God taught me during my dating years (and it took about three years too many for me to learn this) it is that you should never settle for less than God’s best.
I’ve read many books about relationships and Christian dating. His views helped me establish my own standards regarding marriage.
For someone whose “love language” is spending quality time together, that was a major issue.
When friends began to point out other red flags about our relationship, I took some time to seriously seek God’s will on the matter.
Choose a chat room depending on your preferences or current mood and flirt free with the many girls there. It took me a couple of months to learn to guess by the girl’s actions the kind of date I could expect. We got along very well and soon began to chat, flirt and have evening get-togethers on a regular basis. We both like Together2night because it doesn't have that relationship-building undertone most mainstream sites have." "Thanks to Together2night I had a bunch of awesome real dates. I have been a member for 2 years already and during this time I had more meetups than ever before. “I don’t want to fall in love with anyone else until it is ‘the right one,’” I told God.Since I had not done such a great job of choosing relationships on my own, I decided to let God choose the next one.I decided that I wanted nothing less than God’s best for me. It means if you have doubts about the relationship, if your significant other doesn’t treat you with the upmost respect, if you argue more than you get along, if you constantly find yourself defending him or her to your friends, then end it.I know that sounds harsh, but let me explain my theory on Christian dating. But I do believe that if you are seeking God’s will about who you date, He will lead you to someone that is a true fit for you.