Christian dating questions to ask before marriage
Check out this (borrowed) list and find out if you and your future spouse are on the road to success. Do you think being in love means: (1) Never having to say you’re sorry, (2) Always having to say you’re sorry, (3) Knowing when to say you’re sorry, or (4) Being the first to say I’m sorry?(For more information you can check out the link to the article which is located at the bottom of this list.) Sex/Romance/Love If we eliminated physical attraction from our relationship, what would be left? The Past Which childhood experiences influence your behavior and attitude the most?Do you keep letters and memorabilia from past relationships? Are you comfortable continuing this relationship if there are things in my past that I am not willing to share with you? Would you be comfortable transferring all your money into my bank account? Is trust automatic until something occurs that takes it away, or does it evolve over time? Is it permissible for us to open each other’s mail? Is there anything about marriage that frightens you?
It's true that when we come to know Christ "the old things passed away" (2 Cor. You don't want to wait until your wedding night to learn that your husband is wearing a tattoo on his back that he got in prison.I'm amazed by how many Christian couples don't use wisdom when choosing a mate or neglect to get premarital counseling before they walk down the aisle together.Any counselor will tell you that couples face major difficulties if they don't honestly communicate at the beginning of their relationship and put all their cards on the table. If you are a believer in Christ and you want a marriage that honors God, you should make sure you ask these questions before the Big Day.The tension caused by a shopping addiction—and her ongoing deception—led to divorce.Anyone who's been through a job interview knows employers try to identify potential problems by asking lots of questions before they hire anyone.