Dating relationships and god quotes

06-Sep-2015 10:52

They are shallow tools the enemy offers convincing you to wear a mask of contentment (John ; 1 Peter 5:8). What I mean is, you have to move away from the one you “love” and walk out into the unknown toward God patiently till He brings you your one, true love. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on water, and came toward Jesus.

By faith, step out of the known to grasp the true and amazing unexplainable peace and joy (Isaiah ) God offers to those who choose to trust in Him alone to meet all their needs (Proverbs 3:5). " If I had a nickel for every time I heard those words! But when he saw the wind, he was afraid, and beginning to sink, cried out, "Lord, save me!

Ask God to cast this excuse down with your sin to the depths of the ocean (Isaiah ) and exchange it for His perfect forgiveness.

" Matthew -31 Years ago, I confessed to a distant cousin that I was having doubts about my engagement.My biggest fear was that I had to stay with him simply because we had sex. Well, he reminded me that sex outside marriage is a sin.Because you have already begun is really not an excuse to continue.Sex outside marriage brings horrible consequences to every area of life, leading ultimately to death (James ).Let’s face it, we have all temporarily turned to everything from shopping to food for fulfillment. There is a difference in loving and being “in love” and fully committed to the person you KNOW you were meant to marry…for better or worse.

" Matthew -31 Years ago, I confessed to a distant cousin that I was having doubts about my engagement.My biggest fear was that I had to stay with him simply because we had sex. Well, he reminded me that sex outside marriage is a sin.Because you have already begun is really not an excuse to continue.Sex outside marriage brings horrible consequences to every area of life, leading ultimately to death (James ).Let’s face it, we have all temporarily turned to everything from shopping to food for fulfillment. There is a difference in loving and being “in love” and fully committed to the person you KNOW you were meant to marry…for better or worse.Things--even relationships with benefits--can never truly satisfy (Colossians 3:2). You have to get out of the “love” boat to walk on the water. "Lord, if it's you," Peter replied, "tell me to come to you on the water." "Come," he said.