But the Bible does not promise that God will provide a loving relationship for you while you sit around and do nothing.But, as in all things, it's best to ask for his guidance.Combine these factors with other search options like music taste or favourite sports team, and you’ll find Christian singles that you’d like to date.As a member of you can also benefit from having more ways to date.But if you think the dating scene has gone awry and would prefer that your relationships fortify rather than undermine your dignity and self-respect, then this book is for you. Morrow will help you create a plan of action for your dating life that is drawn from his own dating experience (he entered the seminary at age 34 after many years of dating) and from his considerable pastoral work as a chaplain for Christian singles groups.He’ll show you what to look for in a potential spouse – and the tell-tale signs that you should walk away now.
You’ll also learn: It’s better to be single and wish you were married, than to be married and wish you were single.
He says that God joins the relationship between a man and a woman at the point of marriage.
Before that, the couple has to take the initiative.
Myth #1: "God has one woman picked out for you to marry.
You are destined to be with her, and God will guide you to her." Good luck finding this one in the Bible.