Why blog about CHRISTIAN courting?

“Make every effort to give yourself to God as the kind of person he will accept. Be a worker who is not ashamed and who uses the true teaching in the right way.”

 2 Timothy 2:15 NCV

This post is based on the verse quoted above, and it will offer  my only explanation for why this blog exists. If you have to question why this blog exists, then that means you’re probably not having the problems I have had in the past or you’re not convicted, so go and rethink the decisions you’ve made in past relationships or are making in current relationships and decide whether or not they pleased or are pleasing God. In the last few months, the Holy Spirit has been pushing me to create a blog, the only problem was, I didn’t know what to blog about. I tried to write, but nothing would come to mind, until I made a life changing decision which you will come to know in the next blog post. I needed to write about something that interested me greatly, a subject I have experience in, that I could remain invested in for a long period of time.

Dating is an idea that ponders the minds of the young and old alike,  I personally think love is one of the few emotions adults and young people can experience in the same intensity. I’ve asked these three questions growing up  “will I ever fall in love?” “Will I be alone forever?” and “Is he ‘the one’?”, I’m hoping this blog will clear things up for you and I both, because I still don’t completely know the answers to all these questions.

I found the verse 2 Timothy 2:15 NCV above whilst reading my bible and I believe it captures my primary intention for this blog. Firstly, I want to improve the person I am into the person he calls me to be (he being my father in heaven), secondly I want to spread the knowledge I have gained from my multiple errors in “love”. I aim to apply the knowledge I have gained from my past and present experiences with the word of God in order to avoid making the same mistakes again. I’m not a dating guru, nor am I some kind of perfect example of how a christian should be, I’m being led by faith and what I’ve discovered through the knowledge he has given me.

Please feel free to ask questions, offer your advice, perceptions and suggestions in comments, concerning the topics discussed. Stay tuned…


    • Bone and Flesh

      When I say convicted, I mean guilt. So basically if the reader hadn’t come to realise the negative aspects of their relationship then they haven’t experienced the guilt, the conviction that comes with realising you’re doing something wrong.


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