In fact, it doesn’t even tell us how to “date” or “court,” or whatever term we use for the process we use to get to know a potential mate.
In the Bible times, dating did not exist in the same form that we see it today.
It is wise to plan a double date, so that a close friend can offer his or her opinion on this (let’s face it) complete stranger.
Listen to your instincts and get away fast if you ever feel you are in any danger.
God uses our choices, other people, and sometimes even modern technology, to bring about marriages.
" Answer: The Bible doesn’t talk about dating services.Is it possible we are being too picky, looking for the fairy-tale prince or princess, and by doing so, limiting the possibilities of what God may know is best for us and which we have not yet considered?Are we not being picky enough, forgetting that God calls all Christians to marry only other Christians (2 Corinthians ), or are we considering someone who is stuck in a serious, life-altering sin that could endanger the marriage?As in all decisions, we should ask God to direct us clearly.It can be difficult to meet single Christian men and women, especially if most of our friends have already married.