In fact it doesn’t even tell us how to “date” or “court,” whichever we call the process we use to get to know a potential mate.
In the Bible times, these did not exist in the same form that we see them today.
Some singles don’t bother to look for a spouse, believing God will bring the person to them, while others are forever on a feverish search for one, fearing they may miss him or her.
There should be a balance, as we remember that God is perfectly loving (Ephesians ; 1 John -18) and perfectly sovereign over every situation, desire and need (Psalm 1; Romans -39).
Unless we are rebelling against God, we can be sure that He is not punishing us through our singleness and that He is very likely bringing the right man or woman our way…eventually!
God uses our choices, other people, and sometimes even modern technology, to bring about marriages.
There is no denying that our world has changed drastically over the past decade, and we are now immersed in a culture that is rooted in the internet and social media.
One couple I recently read about even exchanged their vows via the web.Back then, families helped young women and men meet and become engaged and often chose their children’s mates for them.Today, singles are more on their own to find a mate.Though I’m not advocating for extreme uses of the internet and social media such as the aforementioned, I am saying that times have changed- and it’s okay for Christians to keep up!Just as God used the cultural components of ancient biblical days to guide people to finding love (dowries, arranged marriages, and the like), He uses our cultural context to work out his will in our lives today.This brings us to the biggest con of online anything: The bad guys lie.