Let the Bible be your support system.
Are you a Christian who is dating but wonder why it’s so hard to meet someone and fall in love?
It’s tough to be a single Christian looking for love online. Dating apps like Christian Mingle, Plenty of Fish, eHarmony, and Match.com try to simplify things, but going out on dates can still feel like a lonely and complicated process.
What does the Bible say or where can you find a verse to get advice about dating for single Christians?
We have all been stuck in a rut when it comes to dating and being single and not sure where to go next. Maybe you aren’t being challenged at work, and the days and weeks are dragging by.
Maybe you don’t have a good group of friends, so you turn to a dating app to meet new people. There is no one by your side to share in your successes and failures. Maybe you have started to fall behind in your workouts, and you are feeling self-conscious about gaining a little weight.
Or maybe you’re single. All of these other problems can sometimes be overlooked if you have a partner to share them with. Someone to take on half of your burdens, to lighten your load. And someone whose load you can lighten.
We all want someone there to console us when we need comfort, someone to motivate us to keep going when we feel we can’t take another step, and someone to celebrate us when we succeed.
When we are single and feeling lonely, we think the only way to experience this partnership is in a relationship. But if you turn to the bible there are quite a few verses urging you to turn to the Lord for comfort and peace.
In the Bible, Christians who are dating can learn that God is always by our side. Through prayer, faith, and acts of kindness, you will find yourself on a path to the lord.
It is hard to put yourself out there. When you are feeling all of the effects of loneliness and stress and fatigue, it becomes increasingly difficult to go out and look for the one.
Here are 10 encouraging Bible verses about Christians dating for singles.
1. Christians who are dating must first, look to the Lord.
“But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all …