Being godly is not just an adjective for these men; it is in fact, a way of life that involves prayer, dedication, and humbleness. He should look to the model of Christ and follow his example. He is diligent and puts others before himself and is not afraid to get his hands dirty.
Troubled homes generate unhappy Christians, and unhappy Christians perpetuate troubled homes.
Troubled homes, misery-filled husbands and wives drowning in anxiety, and strained or ruptured parent-child relationships are not and never shall be the building blocks of dynamic, involved, spiritually successful congregations.
The higher the ratio of troubled marriages in a congregation, the more significant are the number and the magnitude of the problems which affect the congregation internally.
Strained relationships in homes inevitably affect the quality of the fellowship of the spirit and of the overall morale of the congregation.
There are people who believe that we have to be somewhat “holy” before we follow—but we are works of progress much like a painting…the true challenge is placing our own selves and expectations aside.” Nelson Torres, Florida When asked about what Christian dating should like, their responses involved a man’s initiation and also their lack of “reading women”.
“Men are bad at knowing feelings and emotion, and knowing you’re interested.
One does not have to talk to many preachers and elders, nor look far in our brotherhood to see the magnitude of the problem of marital failure.
Preachers in private conversations with preachers commonly comment, "The greatest problem which the church shall face in the next decade is the problem of divorce." Elders often ask ministers, "Is every congregation as troubled with marriage problems as is this congregation?
This teaching is talking about God’s plan for dating.
This information applies to everyone, even if you are already married. Learn how to go about dating God’s way, and you’ll get God’s kind of results.
But either way, you should always want your partner to feel fulfilled and happy in what they're doing.