Dating game questions for christians
You have broken me–now let me rejoice.* Story about five loaves and fishes. Jesus took them, said a blessing and broke them before He gave them out.
Ruth Stull of Peru said, “If my life is broken when given to Jesus, it is because pieces will feed a multitude, while a loaf will satisfy only a little lad.”* Now with the questions: (FEMALE 1): Perhaps you should see her as a “fallen being” who is “saved” but is still recovering from sin.
It can happen unintentionally, though, with anybody. (MALE 1): If we are to be MEN of integrity, there is nothing wrong at looking at women to be of integrity, as well.
Integrity does not mean “sinless” as we are all sinners.
It means: “an article or thing of very little value.” I would definitely say that anyone that will not belittle or place a small price on my feelings is someone of integrity.
However, I would expect that of anyone important and of value in my life and in my walk.
However, It’s so easy to hurt anybody’s feelings these days.
That’s why with anyone special in my life—- that includes everybody– I would expect them to try and not take my feelings for granted. We have to learn how to communicate and to accept others with their faults and their strengths. Once God allows you to grow up in your love walk with — then I think you are more capable of sharing your walk with another in an intimate relationship.
She will at times will be hormonal, angry at something else but have you as a target, and this will impact your feelings.
We are all so tender that we can’t tell each other how we feel and we each end up wondering where we stand with each other.
(FEMALE 3): Have you ever looked up the word “trifle” in the dictionary?
.) These books posed a lot of questions that made me think, made me mad, or made me glad.
Since I disagreed with so many of her conclusions, I thought I would pose several of the books’ questions and many of my own.