Christian Dating: 20 Keys to Healthy Relationships Karen Maloy
The Bible says God's people will perish without knowledge, and when it comes to dating we are definitely at a loss. This book provides biblical principles which are necessary to build healthier relationships, and to approach your dating stage with confidence.
Recognize the importance that God places on your happiness
Your happiness is not based on what you are but in who you know.
Whether we realize it or not, God is committed to our happiness. Created for God's glory, it is important for you to understand that you will not find happiness in anything that does not bring him glory.
You were created with the divine purpose of fellowshipping with God who is the source of your contentment.
All of creation (including you) was created to worship God but, you were specifically created for fellowship with God. Being restored to God's original intention for man through the blood of Jesus, you are now able to go face to face with God.
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