Christian dating a new believer

I have since learned to place my heart completely in God’s hands.

I trust that—if it is in His grand plan—He will place a godly man in my life.

It also troubled me that Duncan was finding it especially difficult to forgive people who had wronged him. I would get so exhausted that I gave up trying to change his mind.

I would give in, not wanting to continue our fights.

Even as I spent more time with Duncan, the Holy Spirit would tell me time and again that I deserved someone who knows God personally and intimately.

Deep down, I knew what I needed was a man who could pray and worship God together with me.

Following my father’s example, I brought Duncan to church and shared God’s love with him in the hopes that he would change to become more caring and loving.

I also continued to pray for God to soften his heart so that he could know Jesus.

God makes things work for your good, and that includes your dating life.If you are going through a similar journey, I hope this will encourage you to place your hope and trust in God’s promise in your life.“Those who know your name trust in you, for you, LORD, have never forsaken those who seek you” (Psalm ).He was my first serious boyfriend and I was afraid that no one would love me again.After being with Duncan for two years, I did not want to leave the familiarity of our relationship.

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