what I'm trying to say is all we want to do is point to the best things and we don't want to go, 'now this has been an issue historically, or this.' So we can guard our heart to the point where we're not known and we're not known in a way that increases intimacy and increases (one's ability to tell) is this moving towards marriage or is it not."Lauren Chandler urged daters to consider what their hearts are centered on as they disclose information about themselves to a potential mate."What is your heart centered on? Or on, you know, 'oh I just want to be married,' or whatever it is? Lauren encouraged viewers to set their minds and hearts on things above: "I think you set your heart on the Lord and what He's going to do."She counseled singles that if they enter dating relationships focused on glorifying God in all they do, then they will have a more balanced perspective throughout the entire experience."When you heart is centered on glorifying God and being safe in Him then that's going to kind of bleed into this relationship and even how you see that other person.But I don’t know how much you ought to listen to me because I ain’t got one yet.”But things have changed.
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They're not a means to this end; they are your brother, your sister in Christ that you want to treasure and get to know more and possibly be your husband or your wife."Adjusting your focus, she said, will also help dating Christians set the right boundaries including limits on physical intimacy and the right timing to share personal information.
Single Christians socializing with a potential mate should be careful not to reveal too much too soon, encouraged Matt Chandler.
Will you be able to accomplish ministry (be it your original plan or one that you have caught a vision for through this person) more effectively together than apart? Look at the roles laid out there for men and women.
Do you desire to fill your role with the person in question specifically in mind?
What do you think your ministry will be, or what is it now as the Lord has placed you?
Will you be able, generally speaking, to serve God better together than apart?
Do you feel that you can love her sacrificially, or respect and support him?