Rob eagar dating with pure passion
Many Christian singles make this mistake in dating and short-change themselves. As Christians, Ashley and I are united in Jesus Christ.
This means that the same Jesus who lives within me also lives within Ashley.
The good news is that as a Christian, you are not alone in your decision-making process. He offers His divine wisdom in every situation so that you don’t have to rely upon your emotions or finite wisdom. ” But we can understand these things, for we have the mind of Christ (1 Corinthians ,14,16 NLT). He gave you the mind of Christ so you can perceive life from His perspective.
And God has actually given us his Spirit…so we can know the wonderful things God has freely given us.… Jesus can work through your heart and mind to direct you toward a good relationship and dissuade you from a bad one.
This has got to be the best dating book I have ever read.
It is more than just a dating book, it is a book that relates all of our relationships to our relationship with God. Rob Eagar is a gifted writer and speaker who has helped thousands of singles, young adults, and students build passionate relationships.
His message has been featured on the CBS Early Show, on CNN Radio, and in the Los Angeles Times.
Fortunately, as I dressed in my tuxedo, God reminded me that I had every good reason to marry Ashley and that He would uphold our marriage.
Rather than looking to people to meet needs only God can fulfill, readers will learn how to let Christ's sacrificial love ignite within them a passionate desire to share His love with a special person.
This practical guide includes plenty of suggestions for establishing successful dating relationships and dealing with the pressure to get married experiencing healing for past hurts finding and attracting mature singles to date choosing whom to marry resisting sexual temptation Each chapter concludes with a personal Bible study as well as group discussion questions, making this a valuable resource for private devotions, small groups, or premarital counseling.
In my mind, I would have been a fool not to marry Ashley.
Yet so many people questioned my composure that I began to worry whether something was wrong with me.