IN THE BEGINNING After God created man in Genesis chapter one, we find that God immediately set out to create a helpmeet for him.Genesis says, "And Adam gave names to all the cattle and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for Adam there was not found a help meet for him." Thus God begins His plan to bring woman on to the scene as a companion for man. Unfortunately, no, there is no such book that will conveniently select the perfect soul-mate for life.If she asks to go, tell her you wouldn't feel comfortable, and suggest another movie, or miniature golf, or something.James says, "Pure religion, and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction and to keep himself unspotted from the world." It is difficult to keep oneself unspotted while filling our hearts and minds with lewdness and vulgarities. Things to do while dating runs right along beside places to go.Courtesy and kindness demands that you hold doors for her, pull out chairs, treat her like a lady — the same way you would want your mother or sister treated. That would be: Places to Go, Things to Do, and Your Physical Conduct.Boys, always remember your date is someone's daughter or sister. With regard to places you go: again, it cannot be emphasized too much that you need to remember that you are a Christian.If you are a young man: go up to the door, meet her parents, don't be rude.3. Discuss ahead of time where you will be going and the appropriate attire.
When it is possible, have another Christian couple go with you — it takes the stress off of a one-on-one relationship, and often you will find you have more fun in a group setting.
Obviously, we would want to be physically attracted to one who we were about to begin a relationship with.
Although physical attraction is not the main criteria for a relationship, it is a very important part as we see in Genesis chapter 29.
Rated R movies with sexual content, vulgar language and such are bound to be an embarrassment (hopefully) to both of you.
A good rule of thumb: if you wouldn't watch it with your mom or dad, don't take her to see it.