Christian men dating non christian woman
I went to a Christian college where there was said to be one man to every seven women.
Talk about poor odds for getting a “ring by spring”.
So to this group of men I say: Man-up and make some choices!!
Don’t dabble into relationships, don’t show interest in 10 women at a time all while trying to find which one you like best, and quit holding out for a woman who might simply be a figment of your imagination Open your eyes to the blessings all around you, and be courageous to take next steps.
And people like me who had deliberately chosen to marry outside of the will of God, were regarded and treated as carnal, worldly, second-class Christians. Ive changed names in this webpage so I can give you the plain unvarnished truth, without exaggeration and without concealing my failings.
You have been given everything you need in Jesus Christ to live out the calling God has placed on you.
Thanks to the internet, at any given moment, there are thousands of people to choose from just at our fingertips. There is an array of choices, colors, styles, personalities, and body types right before his two little eyes.
Not only that, but we are made to believe that the more choices, the better. With so many choices, it takes a whole lot of making-out to find the right one (insert sarcastic voice here).
Because the opposite of fear and doubt is a man of confidence and faith- which is the exact thing that terrifies the enemy.
Can you imagine what would happen if all of our men submitted to God’s Spirit, and were filled with confidence, power, faith, and strength?I think part of the problem in the illusion of choice is that when presented with so many decisions to make, one often ends up not making any decisions at all. It’s as though we’re hoping that by not making a choice, somehow a choice will magically be made for us.