With dating sites becoming the norm, I think we should do ourselves a favor and dig into the topic of online dating (especially as we head into this month typically focused on romantic love). Tackling the topic of online dating is a little intimidating for me.
I have several really close friends that I greatly admire who stand on opposite sides of the spectrum on this issue.
I’ve had multiple conversations and read many blogs and articles about online dating.
I’ve decided to boil all of that information down into this one teeny-tiny blog post.
Some godly friends of mine love online dating to pieces, and some godly friends are strongly opposed to it.
There are also amazing Christian ministries I highly respect with competing views on the subject.
Invest time reading God’s Word and ask Him to help you trust Him more in this area of your life. I’ve heard it said that online dating really helps narrow down the singles who are serious about marriage from the ones who aren’t. By going online, you will have many more potential options.
No longer are you just limited to the tiny pool of people you personally know, but you now have access to people all over the country and sometimes even the world.
He loves to give us wisdom when we ask for it (James 1:5)!
Just remember that God is bigger, mightier, and more amazing than you could ever imagine.
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It offers personality, religion, and preference matches. Going online requires you to fork over a bunch of personal information. Online dating gives the users the chance to put their best foot forward and keep the ugly in the back.