Dating an unbeliever christian
Happily for us, things have grown together and Daniel was confirmed last year.
He would now quite happily call himself a Christian and a believer.
You probably think nothing will happen, it doesn’t matter, you know better than God, but you’re wrong.
Dating an unbeliever can hinder your relationship with Christ.
Since I was a teenager I’d felt called towards ordination.
Although Daniel wasn’t a practising Christian, he was very supportive of my vocation and all it would entail.
You cannot leave your spouse (unless there is physical abuse, adultery, or if you are abandoned).
I don’t think it’s wrong for Christians to marry non-Christians. Daniel and I have been married for 13 years and have two girls.
We are not to compromise the will of God and endanger our spiritual well-being.Anyone who doesn’t encourage you to seek a deeper relationship with God, isn’t someone worth giving your time to.This might sound harsh, but I promise you it’s a standard worth implementing.All we need to do is look in the Old Testament to see why God says not to marry unbelievers. "When the Lord your God shall bring you into the land where you are entering to possess it, and shall clear away many nations before you, the Hittites and the Girgashites and the Amorites and the Canaanites and the Perizzites and the Hivites and the Jebusites, seven nations greater and stronger than you, The reason not to marry an unbeliever is that he/she can influence you away from the Lord.Don't be so naive to think that "you" will never fall. If you marry an unbeliever and have children, how will it effect their spirituality to have the parents divided over spiritual things?