Ask yourself, “Am I trying to win the approval of human beings, or of God?If I were only trying to please people, I would not be a servant of Christ.”We need to stop this cycle. You know she deserves a bigger commitment from you, but you don’t feel like you can give it to her… It slyly creeps in the side door like a 15 year old at am, coming home from a party that he wasn’t supposed to be at in the first place, and before you realise it, it has you in it’s nasty grasp. Because, and you might not realise this, you’re not actually afraid of commitment.
Almost all of us get anxious when going for a first date or the first few dates with a new dating partner.
Making a good first impression means that problems will arise, when trying to break the ice.
There are so many parts of us that are broken, scarred or even forgotten.
These parts of us eventually form into a giant mass of anxiety, worry and fear, which can lead to some tricky territory when trying to meet “The One.” So, how do we overcome anxiety while dating?
SEE ALSO: Why Being Unequally Yoked is More Dangerous Than You Think How do you expose yourself to the heart of God? As Albert Mohler put it, “Our spiritual maturity will never exceed our knowledge of the Bible.” If you want to live singleness without fear – fear of the future, fear of being alone – you must expose yourself to the heart of Christ to bless them with marriage, but that He is unwilling to do so.