Are you dating a godly guy
Let me preface this Q&A by saying that I’m not typically one to offer simple cookie-cutter answers, because as a Professional Counselor, I find that everything in life is so much more complex than it may seem on the outside- including answers to questions like this.But as I’ve been stewing over this question for a while, a couple things came to mind as to why this concern keeps coming up again and again: MEN ARE INUNDATED WITH CHOICE: It doesn’t take a relationship expert to tell you that in this day and age, one of the biggest problems with lack of decision-making in relationships is the fact that there are simply too many choices! Ask Him to make it perfectly clear whether to continue seeing the guy or not. When things did/do get off balance, I find that Ethan and I fight more, which makes sense, since I am expecting him to fill parts of my heart that he can’t. I actually hadn’t spent much time single UNTIL I decided to follow Jesus.
Then she realized that she was still really struggling with serious temptations and doubts and hadn’t yet grown firm enough in her faith to meet the type of man she was looking for and be the right woman for . Keep your eyes open after you ask, He will deliver. Nothing compares to a woman who is confident in the fact that she was beautifully and perfectly made. This also gives the impression of a promiscuous woman, which is not what a man of Christ is looking for. He was 19, barely worked, didn’t have a car, wasn’t going to school, drank a ton, partied more, and looked like a punk hobo. Think about it – to face temptation, invest time, invest emotions and open your heart… It talks about how he targets beauty and women out of jealousy in the world today.
God wants to use the next years of your life to send your roots deeper into His Word, deeper into a walk with Christ.
He wants you to draw from the reservoir of a solid Christian life, with strong personal accountability to godly men, and from that reservoir to stand strong for Jesus.
Clearly it is Christ who initiates the relationship—“We love because he first loved us” (1 John ).
Furthermore, the Ephesians 5 passage describes the husband as “the head of the wife.” Men are called to be—created to be—leaders.