If dating and courtship were practiced correctly today, they would form the foundation of a beautiful relationship between a husband and wife as God ordained it.
Webster’s states that courting is “to engage in social activities leading to engagement and marriage.” Most would reply, “But isn’t that dating? Courting is a separate but important and intricate part of the process pointing toward and leading to marriage.
Therefore, you must also come to understand and apply the to do better.
You must have a means of knowing if or when you have found that special person.
There are specific processes involved in proper dating that will help lead you down the right path. Again, this term is very rarely used in society today, and most do not have any idea what it really means.
While shocking, this is only the briefest thumbnail—a very tiny sampling—of all that could have been included.
Take the time to consider the enormous implications of these statistics.
Should “the people” decide who and what constitutes a marriage?
If so, then is it also human beings who should define the traditional means of selecting a mate pursuant to this goal? Its customs, beliefs, values, philosophies, traditions and practices are not of God.
Is this not something people just pick up from others and “learn as they go”?
Is there a right and wrong way of dating or, like learning to walk or ride a bike, can people just naturally figure it out as they experience it? All you need do is look at the astonishing array of ill effects in millions of relationships to realize that the dating and courtship practiced today are far off-track.
Greater numbers of people are questioning the institution of marriage every day.