Reading scriptures while dating
I’d like to offer some practical advice to those who are single, based on Paul’s advice in 1 Corinthians 7.
I have learned a lot about Scott as well as changed my way of thinking in certain situations because of listening to what he has to share.ABS reserves the right to delete any comment in its discretion that it deems abuse, profane, or otherwise inappropriate.A story is told of a woman approaching 35 without a husband.To say this is not to deprecate marriage, which both Paul and other biblical writers esteem as God’s good gift (1 Tim. Paul is quick to add that a person who marries at such a time has not sinned ().But the married person will have more trouble (the Greek word means “pressure”), and Paul is trying to spare him.You dont get to choose your relatives or where you were born or under what circumstances—but you get to choose your friends.
Sometimes we become friends with the most unlikely candidates.
Many in that culture thought that satisfaction in life comes through gratifying sensual lusts.
There were problems with immorality even among the members of the Corinthian church.
Proverbs shares a great piece of advice Trust in the Lord with all your heart. Remember the Lord in everything you do, and he will show you the right way.
Never let yourself think that you are wiser than you are; simply obey the Lord and refuse to do wrong. One look at my newborn’s tiny face, and I knew all my future choices would revolve around how best to care and provide for that little one.
We never know when He’s going to teach us a lesson, show us a sign when we need it most or bring people in our lives when we least expect it.