Bible study ideas for dating couples
When I got into college, I had no intentions of getting married or falling in love. I am going to experience a lot and I am not going to get myself tied down to any one person or any one thing. It's just going to be good wholesome relationships fun and finding out what being in college is all about." I was doing well until I met Joe. On our first date, we talked a lot and tried hard to impress each other.
I do not believe that there is any such thing as love first sight but at that time I was a romantic teenager and when I saw him for the first time, I thought he was just super. A month went by before he called and asked me for another date. He played on this and from that time on things were pretty heavy.
He did not give me any special attention and I felt hurt because of this. I started to do things that I knew he wanted-anything that would please him. I thought, "If I don't he's going to go somewhere else and I don't want to lose him." Time went on and we ended up going to bed together and doing things that I knew were not right, but I sacrificed my morals to keep him. She thinks if she keeps doing what a guy wants to do, he is going to be crazy about her but it is not true. But I could not bring myself to say "Forgive me Lord" because I knew in the back of my mind I was going to do it again.
You can truly mess up your emotions by getting involved when you are not ready. An infatuation is the state of being completely carried away by an attraction to someone.At this point, if I can say anything to young people, it is this - when you get into a dating game, find a fellow you know is a Christian - one who is not ashamed to say, "I'm a Christian and I do have morals myself." I know that it is kind of daring to date the guys you know are not Christians, the ones who are kind of wild.