Biblical dating for women
Eventually I may let you give me a peck on the lips and hold my hand but that is as far as I believe God would have us to go.” Jonathan replied “That’s great I feel the same way! On the night of their first date as Jonathan approaches her dorm to pick her up he is nervous and excited all at the same time.
He has bought her a beautiful bouquet of roses and he can’t wait to give them to her.
He wonders how soon he should propose knowing it will be some time before they can marry.
One day he decides to “take the plunge” and even though it will still be roughly two years before he graduates and gets his first ministry job – he is going to pledge his undying love and devotion to her and the fact that he wants to marry Sarah when the time is right in a little over two years.
Sarah told Jonathan that she would love to go out with him but he must agree to some things first.
Every beep of her phone was a thrill – “how will he tell me he loves me next? With each date she went on with him she was more impressed with his character and godliness more than ever.
But the majority of abstinence training only teaches half of the abstinence God calls for when it comes to intimate relationships between men and women.
This “half measure” abstinence that is taught in most Churches today has lead to modern practices in Christian dating that encourage emotional cruelty toward men.
When he sees her come out her dorm his breath is taken away by her beauty.
She graciously accepts his flowers, hands them off to her girlfriend and they were off on their first date.
At the restaurant they talk and explore one another’s lives. Afterward they go for a long walk just continuing to talk – but there is no physical contact, no holding hands.