Christian dating other religions

14-Aug-2017 06:47 by 9 Comments

Christian dating other religions

If you want to think deeper about these questions, please have a look around this website that tells you more about Jesus, or maybe pick up the Bible and read about Jesus in the New Testament, and consider his claims as the master of our lives?

In fact, husbands are commanded to love their wives and help to make her holy.I haven't met you or your young man, but if you are like most young women that I know, you have dreams of "fixing" him so that he will become the ideal husband.Since I haven't met either of you, I can't tell if that is possible, but just to warn you up front it doesn't happen in most cases.A Christian is someone who is saved by the death and resurrection of Christ and who follows Jesus as Lord.We can see this in the book of Romans in the New Testament.So you see a Christian will always try her hardest to obey God, even though she sometimes may fail, she will not willfully want to disobey God.

If she deliberately ignores God’s commands, she will not enter the kingdom of heaven even if on the surface she says she is a Christian. Although the Muslim and Christian faiths share a lot of their scriptures in common, their neliefs are fundamentally different at points where it counts.

(See Ephesians -33) How can a muslim man do this for his wife if he does not even know Jesus?

If you are a Christian yourself, I encourage you to think more deeply about your relationship with God.

People usually date in hopes of finding a future spouse and this is probably what has your parents concerned.

There are good and kind people in all religions, so that is not the concern. If you do marry and he remains a Seventh-Day Adventist and you remain a New Testament following Christian, what will life be like?

"And a woman who has a husband who does not believe, if he is willing to live with her, let her not divorce him.

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