Mens perspective on dating
Our culture, even our Christian subculture, has become enamored with sex. One would think that sex is all there is to happiness and fulfillment. The man who enters marriage thinking that his wife is cut out of the same fabric as are the seductresses, excuse me, actresses he's seen on the television and movie screen—eager to jump in bed at any moment and ready to resolve every conflict with sex—is in for a terrible shock.A mutually pleasing sex life thrives on a good relationship, it doesn't drive one.
Clearly it is Christ who initiates the relationship—“We love because he first loved us” (1 John ).If a man wants to find the right person he needs to be the right person, and that takes concentrated effort that is best begun before there is a potential mate on the scene.If a man is serious about walking with Christ, and serious about wanting to be the right kind of husband and father someday, how should he prepare himself?2) Preparing yourself for a relationship is part of becoming a man.This may sound old-fashioned, but I believe it not for the sake of tradition, which of necessity comes and goes, but because it is biblical.
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