Christian dating advice when to break up
Scripture teaches that it is God who works in you to will and act according to His good purpose (Philippians ).This means that the desire (and the strength) to wait the right way for your perfect match is a gift from God alone.If God is urging you to break up, you must rely on His strength and do it.The Lord says, I love those who love me, and those who love me obey me (John , Proverbs 17:8).You must believe that the want to in your heart was put there by God’s loving, gracious hand. Right) because faith is believing without seeing that God will bring you The One He has prepared for you to marry (Hebrews 11:1)!Humbly welcome His spirit to continue convicting you, and allow those convictions to thrust you closer to The Gift Giver. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God (Romans ). Because while reading God’s Word is like allowing His light to shine through windows in your heart, prayer opens the front door and welcomes Him in completely.This means that for those of us who claim to be God’s children, breaking up might be hard to do, but not impossible. I know it’s possible because with God’s help I did it, and you can too.
God promises to reward those who diligently seek Him (Hebrews 11:6). God waits for an excuse to bless you, but He will not bless disobedience.We’re looking, sometimes it feels frantically, for love, for affection and security and companionship and commitment and intimacy and help.After all, seems to want most of us to be married (Genesis ; Proverbs ; 1 Corinthians 7:2, 9). The reality is that good, Christ-exalting relationships very often fail before the ceremony, never to be recovered romantically.I’ve reminisced with numerous singles caught in the same mess.They are with their boyfriend or girlfriend because they feel stuck not because they truly want to be.