Also, in our culture, through "dating" people will often find a life partner and marry.How men and women view a "date" and "dating" can have a profound effect on their future.These hands-on, introductory lessons cover practical issues that are relevant to your life now, and that give solid hope for your future. Relationships, communications, finances, addictions and challenges of all types will be answered from the sure and practical wisdom of the Word of God. These lessons will give biblical answers to a wide variety of practical questions about how to live a Christian life in the modern world.However, the Bible does describe three kinds of relationships with the opposite sex and gives certain characteristics of each relationship (there are others such as parent/child and sibling, but they don't clarify the issues of dating).One kind of relationship the Bible describes is friendship.
Prov.17: 17 says, “A friend loves at all times.” Prov.18: 24 says, “There is a friend that sticks closer than a brother.” Prov.27: 6 says, “When a friend rebukes you, that rebuke can be trusted.” Prov.27: 9 says, “The pleasantness of having a friend springs from his earnest counsel.” Prov.27: 10 says, “Do not forsake your friend.” These verses bring out the fact that the Lord blesses friendship and encourages us to develop them.The perfect tool for meeting the spiritual needs of your congregation. 22 topical Bible studies broken into 112 lessons at one low price of .Complete library of Bible studies that will provide for the majority of the needs of your group.Even today in the cultures of the Middle East, dating is a relatively new concept.The modern-day concept of “dating” looked far different 2,000 years ago.