God's view of romance is quite different from the world's view.
He wants us to first discover a person's innermost character, who they really are when no one is looking, before we decide to make a commitment of the heart.
When you've committed to another person in a romantic relationship, remember to keep God as the most important Person in your life (Matthew ).
You should never place anything or anyone over God because that is considered the sin of idolatry (Galatians ; Colossians 3:5)—even if you mean very well and love the person unconditionally.
This view is all about pleasing ourselves—not loving and serving another person.Dating and courting are basically the same thing—just different terms."Courtship" is generally viewed as pursuing a relationship with the full intention to marry the other person.If you want to shoot for a lifelong, God-honoring union with your best friend, then that is when you know it's time to start a romance (Genesis ; Matthew 19:5).Dating and courting are basically the same thing, but their perceived intent differs.She also contributes at Got Questions.org, Blogos.org, and