Being equally yoked in dating
Phylicia Masonheimer is an author and speaker teaching women how to discern what is true, discuss the deep stuff, and accomplish God's will for their specific lives. We here at Project Inspired want to guide and inspire teen girls to be true to themselves and to God. We edit the site, we post to social media, we hang out in the chat rooms and forums.
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It can cause Christians to compromise, there will be disagreements, etc. You can easily be led astray and hinder your relationship with Christ.
Don’t think that you will get married and you will change them because that rarely happens and it will most likely cause more problems.
And some sites may even refine potential dates according to your preferences.
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This is why choosing a spouse is such a weighty decision, to be done prayerfully, carefully and with the wisdom of God.
A “yoke” of oxen is made up of two animals both pulling their weight.This is an important theological concept to grasp, because when only one half of a relationship believes Christ is God, only that half of that relationship will uphold His values.This doesn’t just affect the individual—it affects the marriage, children and effectiveness of the gospel in the entire family.Sharing the Same Spiritual Identity Marriage, and the dating relationship leading to it, should consist of two people pulling together in unison. That’s why it’s pivotal that husband and wife share the same spiritual identity.When two people come into a relationship with completely different worldviews, their words, actions and emotions aren’t on the same plane.