Christian yoked dating
The more time you spend dating wrong, the longer it’ll take to get it right.
Hanna and I talked through so many questions I get from women each and every week about Christian relationships.
Christians can get lonely and desperate, lowering their standards and connecting with sketchy believers or even non-believers – thinking they can change them.
(Carl and I talk about this a lot in this episode of my podcast!
But I probably also would have thought, “Okay, so Paul told Christians we need to be on the same page about our faith. He knew that when two people make a giant promise to stay together forever, they should have the same picture in their heads of what they want their life together to look like.
Friend, I believe deep down that our shared love for Jesus has made such a difference in my marriage with Carl!
” And of course, “What does it mean to be equally yoked? ” The thing is, we don’t hear a lot of practical dating advice about this in the church. The verse we’re talking about, the verse I get so many questions about, is 2 Corinthians .
If you’re like me, you hear the same Bible verses repeated without a good idea of what to do with them today. The NIV translation says, “Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers.