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13-Jan-2018 10:15

Nowhere in your post did I see anything to make be think, "These two can work it out and be happy." My advice would be to break it off and go your separate ways. He's a wonderful person and I love him (and like him, too), but I don't get butterflies in my tummy or any of that.

There is somebody out there you could fall head over heels in love with, be intensely attracted to and who would be a whole lot closer to you in terms of his spiritual path. I am considering marrying him because I know that good looks are not everything, and I'm willing to overlook that aspect if everything checks out spiritually.

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Online dating, to what extent is it ‘letting Gods plan work out’, and how much of it is ‘forcing things to happen’. To what extent does God lead our lives and does he have a detailed plan on one side, on the other side, free will, how does that work? Practice makes perfect, so the saying goes, and this maxim is just as true for dating as it is for other areas of life.

Forgive me, leletu, you sound very immature and that's not a sin by any means given your age. You are waiting for your "knight in shining armor" to come along and wisk you away on his white horse to his castle in his kingdom and it just aint'a gonna happen, sorry.

As for the second, while it's true the primary meaning of the verse has to do with unbelievers, I think it is very reasonable to extend the application even to your dealings with fellow believers if you feel you are not on the same plane spiritually. How do I go about asking or encouraging him to get involved in Bible study and prayer and scripture with me, for himself as well, without changing him?

There are plenty of true Christians out there who are not anywhere close to spiritually compatible with each other. This is not something you want to be fighting your whole life - trying to drag him into spiritual things that he doesn't have an interest in. How do I go about asking or encouraging him to get involved in Bible study and prayer and scripture with me, for himself as well, without changing him?

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Some forums can only be seen by registered members.We need to talk about it, and we need to: Say It Isn’t Okay, Tell God We’re Angry, and Talk About Wider Fulfilments.If I hadn’t managed to open my rather closed heart and mind, I wouldn’t be getting married in June.You either like him and make a good friend out of him if he'll let you, or you love him and your problem is solved: marry him.