There’s no doubt in our minds that God, not our dating site, was our ultimate matchmaker. Click here to receive an extra four days to your free trial from Christian In fact, for our time it's pretty orthodox--if by "orthodox" you mean "Orthodox".But a better example of deception during courtship might be Jacob and Leah.
Online dating is one of those subjects that Christians enjoy debating.
In one camp, there are some who believe looking for love online betrays a lack of faith in God’s provision of a spouse.
That he quickly made sure I met his friends and family helped me know his intentions were serious.
I’m not going to lie – I felt a bit self-conscious and shy that first day I hung out with The Man Who Would Become My Husband.
We don't get to see how Abraham and Sarah got together but we do see a good bit of their marriage.
They seem happy with each other but the marriage is uncomfortably open.She met her husband online and has good insight on making the transition from being matched in a dating service to meeting in-person.(You can read their complete story in this Boundless post.) Think of online dating as merely a tool to meet new people.We learned that it’s worth working for things that matter.In the end, meeting online is something we don’t even think about now. --Nemo: It's certainly safe to take GOD'S advice about marriage from the Bible.They point to their neighbor/sister/uncle/friend that met his/her spouse online and is enjoying a healthy, happy marriage. Sometimes things are less about what we do than about the heart we do it with.