Unequally yoked and dating

We covered the reasons why people should break up pretty fast, so we thought we should expand upon it and add a few to the list.So, here are nine situations where you should probably break up: 1.Thus, one out of every three evangelical women is not in a position to marry a man who's her "spiritual equal," let alone "head." This elevated standard now translates—for women, at least—to something like this: "Find that uncommon man ...

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Richard Ritenbaugh warns that dating outside the church is fraught with obstacles and potential dangers, yoking a believer with an unbeliever and exponentially complicating the spiritual overcoming and growth process, exposing one to perdition or providing a grievous cross to bear.

The usual answer given the believer is from 2 Corinthians: Do not be bound together [unequally yoked] with unbelievers; for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness?

( In these verses, the Apostle Paul compares believers with unbelievers in terms of light with darkness (verse 14), Christ with Belial (a references to Satan, verse 15), a believer with an unbeliever (verse 15), and a temple of God with a temple of idols (verse 16). Even though you may think you have a lot in common, the most important things you don't hold in common.

During my second sermon at the Feast this year I made a statement that several young people and even some of the older singles misunderstood.

They thought what I said gave them "permission" to date and marry outside the church.

The Bible, especially the New Testament, warns Christians to avoid idolatry.

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