For some reason, when it concerns matters of the heart, we can often be swayed to wander further outside of God’s boundaries than we may on other matters. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Therefore go out from their midst, and be separate from them,’ says the Lord, and touch no unclean thing; then I will welcome you, and I will be a father to you, and you shall be sons and daughters to me, says the Lord Almighty.’ For those of you who are dating, or are tempted to date a nonbeliever, I’d like to challenge you to reconsider.
To help you in this mission I have provided links below to several thought-provoking articles and videos.
It’s a Q&A video on the subject of “Dating a Non-Christian.” You may find this very insightful: I pray this helps in some way.
Please know that the person you are dating, considering dating, or even considering marrying (who is not a follower of Jesus), may be a wonderful person in many ways.
So the concept Paul teaches us is that a believer must not become yoked together with someone who does not agree with the believer's perspective of God, faith, godliness and obedience to Christ.
If we become bound with an unbeliever in a solemn agreement (i.e., a marriage covenant), then we are unequally yoked and likely to be pulled astray from an obedient walk with Christ.
Even if you’ve read these posts before, we encourage you to check them out again as a refresher on God’s plan for your love life.
The oxen team would eventually go astray, leaving the straight rows and meandering off course.However, a statement like it's "just not possible" is not the basis for a logical argument.I'm not out to prove that it's Biblically ordained, but I do think the Scripture leaves space for debate, and the assertion that "it won't work" just isn't accurate anymore. We’ve been talking about guys and romance for years here on the blog.In fact, we are revisiting some of our most read posts this month as part of our attempt to give you some great advice on the subject of romance.