HE SAID: Heartbreak is difficult and not something that is easily “gotten over,” nor should it necessarily be.
Many of us spend years searching for our lifelong spouse and once we (think we) locate “that” person, we open our heart and lives in an attempt to love and be loved.
We shouldn’t be acting or reacting like those , of which love is the greatest.
This doesn’t just apply to those getting married, but is also wise counsel in every situation (even heartbreaking ones), for those desiring to be married.
Most Christians would agree, and in some cases attest, that being in relationships with non-Christians can have some serious challenges Given the sensitive nature of this topic for some, I want to be clear this article is about the challenges Christians can experience when they enter into relationships with believers who do not have the same hunger, respect or passion for God, and is not meant to condemn anyone who is currently in a mixed faith marriage However, it is important to understand that while some are willing to defend the choices made to enter mixed faith marriages/relationships, including their own, by pointing to examples where the relationships worked out in the end, we need to examine our hearts before being quick to justify why we feel it is okay to date/marry people who do not believe in God, or why we justify our decision to evangelize through relationships, as we were never told to do either of those things as Christians If God is our priority in life, why would an earthly relationship be so important to us we would take the risk of having a marriage where our partner never comes to God despite our best efforts?
I wanted to make sure these points were said upfront, as some are missing the point of this article altogether, happy reading!
Most Christians would agree that being in relationships with non-Christians can have some serious challenges But what about the cases where two people are Christians but are at totally different levels of spiritual maturity?
Since I never write about relationships, I thought I would touch on a new subject today: relationships!
Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains I will tell you about.” Early the next morning Abraham got up and saddled his donkey.
However, your journey can and will lead to peace We may “think” we are hurting someone by having ill feelings toward them.