Trust Non-Christian Men For A Date
I don't know why I always fail in having a relationship with guy. Meet many guys, fall in love then I know they only don't want commitment. Most that I'm really sad, they are Christian. Now, should I not trust Christian man anymore?
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---maren on 4/3/05
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You trust a Christian way above a non-Christian, if you are a true believer. But first you must trust God, my friend.+
---catherine on 11/5/07|
Saying and doing are two different things. Most men (Christian or not) will say anything that you want to hear as long as it gets them what they want. Be a little more mysterious and get to know them. Take away the desperation factor and this will spark their interest. Be cool and laid back. Look only for friendship initially and this will take the pressure off of both of you. Only true friendships can lead to romance anyway. Remember, your respect and trust is to be "earned" not "given" to any Tom, Dick, or Harry who happens to come along.
---Brenda on 11/5/07|
Maren - Try trusting the Lord totally to send you the right husband, and pray and pray about it too. The Lord will sent you the right one if you will let Him.
---Helen_5378 on 8/3/06|
Interestingly enough, there are no biblical formulations for "dating" as we know it in our western culture. Although I do not believe that exclusive dating commitment is necessary in order to be a faithful Christian, it seems wise to at least figure out how the person understands commitment and just how commited they are. This can become a launching place for how much you are willing to invest in the relationship, if at all.
---jonathan on 8/2/06|
Most Christians guys are fine. But you have to remember that dating is hard. You have to give some as well as the guy. Most guys, Christians or non Christians, are scared of commitment but that doesn't mean you need not to trust them. Try slowing down. Just be friends. You find out a lot more about the other person if you start out that way. See where it leads but don't push the commitment statement.
---carea6568 on 4/11/06|
Dear Maren,the purpose for dating is to find out if you are right for each other.I have dated christian and non christian women and prefer christian women,to be unequally yoked is a heavy burden and not worth the pain.Keep on looking,you'll find the right one,don't be in a hurry.
---RUSSELL on 5/1/05|
I agree with Brenda in saying that you really need to get to know a person before falling in love with them. Instant love, though possible, is highly unlikely as that kind of love is usually based on physical attributes alone, which doesn't speak for the inner person. Get to know that inner person first before commiting. And another tip is to ask God Himself to help choose your mate. Be specific in telling Him what you want in your mate, and He WILL help you to find him.
---Sarah on 4/6/05|
You should trust Christian men. It is not all of us that play games. The bible make it clear to us that there are wolves in sheep clothing. You don't just fall in love before you know their commitment. They must prove committed before you fall in love. If you say you can not trust christian man then who else can you trust? Sister watch and pray.
---emmanuel on 4/4/05|
Maybe you are confusing "love" as it described in I Corinthians, Ephesians and Song of Solomon; with "lust." Think?
---William_Bateman on 4/3/05|
Maren, you may be committing one serious mistake: you fall in love too fast.
Make friend first - assess his honesty, dignity and respect. Take your time and when you feel sure he is what you think he is, let your heart take over.
---Albert on 4/3/05|