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Sermons about Dating
Often God uses "prohibitory truth" to keep us from wasting ourselves while He prepares us for the greatest work of our lives.
A short message in the midst of FUEL's Dudes to Avoid, Babes to Be; Babes to Avoid, Dudes to be Series Looking at the Emotional, Relational and Sexual Tension facing Youth
We all know about marriage but what is the role of man in the union of God? Miles points out how a man should be towards his wife or if you want to get married then what the attitude of man should be. Also, a must listen to the wives/women to know what a real man/husband of God should be.
The value of telling the whole story of what the Spirit of God is doing is that it moves beyond the narrow exclusive part of the gospel back into the world to see God at work all around us. In fact, when we develop an attentive heart to watch for opportunities to "date" the Holy Spirit God does cool things...
Although the Scriptures may not use the term "dating," there are still many passages that help us in the dating process. As followers of Jesus we are called to walk in His foundational principles for our morality and relationships.
Breaking Up Well 1) What do you think is the key to having a drama free breakup? 2) Why do we often repeat the pattern of going back to the wrong person we're dating? 3) Did you get a "closure" in your last break up? If you didn't, how has God helped you in bringing that closure?
Today we'll tackle the "you complete me myth" and discover lessons about singleness from the life of Ruth. You might think or feel you are ordinary, but God wants to work in our ordinary lives and do extraordinary things. The story of Ruth is about a single woman who found completeness in an extraordinary God.
What does he bible say about godly dating? If you are a young person wanting to date, a single person looking towards marriage, a parent wanting to guide your children or a friend wanting to give good advice - this sermon is for you! The following questions are examined: why date, when to date, who to date and how to date...
Being single in our culture is tough as the common thought is that being married is normal. Jesus and Paul both revolutionize this thought and tell us that being single is a gift. They also destroy the 'you complete me' myth - that being in relationship with someone else brings us significance and wholeness - only Jesus can do that.