Dating vs boyfriend girlfriend
It is funny how things change, especially how communication has changed.
From letters to telephones, from e-mails to cell phone calling, and finally from text messaging to chatting apps (like Whats App) currently, the latter, i.e., constant text messaging has become practically free of charge.
In 2013, over 9 trillion text messages were sent, which equates to about roughly 1,200 text messages per person globally.
However, text messaging numbers have majorly declined as more people are choosing to use apps like Whats App, We Chat, etc.
Options to each question should have equal weightage to know your partner's true intentions.
If they find this hard to do, they must take steps to ensure that Christ will always be honored during their time together and that sin is never given a chance to take hold of their relationship.
While many courtship advocates see it as the only choice for finding a mate, others find it oppressive and overly controlling.
In addition, it can be hard to find the “real” person behind the public face presented in front of the entire family.
Many Christians see dating as little more than friendship and maintain the friendship aspect of their dating until both people are ready to commit to each other as potential marriage partners.
First and foremost, dating is a time when a Christian finds out if his or her potential marriage partner is also a believer in Christ.
In addition, courting couples state up front that their intentions are to see if the other person is a suitable potential marriage partner.