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A couple of youngins' get to dating, and they want to “do it right.” They realize that God is concerned with every aspect of our lives, including our romantic involvements, so they've resolved to have a “Christian” dating relationship and sought guidance. Should we buy a devotional and go through it together? ” If the young man's of a theological bent, he shows up with a potential 10-week preaching series already outlined. As I already mentioned, couples often get this idea that to be truly “spiritual” they should start interweaving their spiritual lives into one.Realizing that practical steps matter, most often they want tips or steps they can take to build their relationship in Christ. (Protip: this last one is definitely not a winning approach.) At that point, one of the first things I usually tell them is that there's really no “biblical theology” of dating tucked away the book of 4:5-20. This can actually become a problem, especially because you're not actually married.

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Fit to Be Tied: Making Marriage Last a Lifetime – Bill & Lynne Hybels – An excellent book for couples considering marriage.

Passion and Purity; Learning to Bring Your Love Life under Christ’s Control – Elizabeth Elliot – Everyone should read this book, as it is an incredible testimony of patience and trusing God and His timing. Norman Wright) – Lots of good information about dating, and making sure you’re ready for dating. Don Rannikar (Multnomah) – One of several good books that discusses courtship versus dating.

I Kissed Dating Good-Bye: A New Attitude toward Romance & Relationships – Josh Harris (Multnomah) – The book that has stirred up the most interest in courtship.

There are some rather obvious tips like praying for each other in your daily devotions, encouraging each other to read the Scriptures, setting appropriate boundaries (emotional, spiritual, and so on), and pursuing sexual holiness. These devotions together can develop into a couple-centered spirituality that begins to replace the church-centered relationship with God that the New Testament actually prescribes.

But aside from that, there's no real, hard-and-fast rules about this sort of thing. No, if you want your significant other to actually grow with Christ you will encourage each other to regularly worship because you want them to: 1. I don't have the kind of space necessary to speak of the manifold benefits of sitting under regular preaching, but I'll list a few. At the same time, it's important to recognize that the corporate gathering of the people of God, in receiving the supper and lifting our voices in song, prepares and shapes the desires of our hearts to focus on God throughout the whole week.