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All over Scripture we are reminded of the meaning of a physical relationship within the context of a committed marriage (Hebrews 13:4, Song of Solomon 8:4).
Dating well means that we make sure to honor and respect this portion of our future marriage by setting physical limits and boundaries when it comes to interacting with the opposite sex.
1 Corinthians reminds us that no matter what it is we’re doing; it can be used as a means to glorifying God.
The bible makes it clear that life is less about the “do’s” and “don’ts” and so much more about doing what’s beneficial, healthy, and righteous (1 Corinthians ). How can dating be done in a way that’s healthy and righteous?
It’s important to remember that though dating should never be used for the purpose of bringing others to know Jesus, it’s still a chance to encourage and uplift those we come into contact with.
Healthy interactions with others will leave us with little regrets, no matter what the long term outcomes.This article is part of our larger Spiritual Life resource meant to answer your questions about the Bible, God and the Christian faith. Visit our most popular questions on “What does the Bible say about…” questions answered by well known Christians and theologians to find more inspiration. SEE ALSO: 3 Intruders That May Be Destroying Your Marriage So no matter where you are within the world of dating, remember that there is no such thing as “Christian Dating,” only Christians who date. It’s time to take the pressure off of trying to date “biblically,” and instead see the entirety of our interactions with others as an opportunity to connect with God, to become our best, and reflect Him to the people He brings into our lives. The process of meeting a spouse had very little to do with compatibility and personality traits, and everything to do with family lineage and economic status.