Signs nervousness dating
I can certainly relate to several of the feelings you have right now with this girl you are thinking about.
Feeling nervous, uncertain of yourself, uncertain of her, struggling to trust in God's provision and timing — all these things are common to most Christian men looking for a spouse.
Have you asked her what she means when she says she's a Christian? Regardless of whom you end up dating (as long as she is a Christian), the main question is: Where is your heart at in terms of pursuing a relationship?
You mentioned in your letter that you were nervous to the point of shaking when thinking about asking this girl out. It's natural to be a bit nervous when asking a girl out on a date, but I want to make sure you are nervous for the sense, and that, my friend, may be an indicator that your hope is not fully in God.
Just as in hockey, you have to take certain risks that may end up in a scored goal or your face being smashed into the glass in total humiliation.
It is, in a sense, a gamble, but there are certain things that can help us Christian men better our chances of having a successful, Christ-honoring dating relationship.
Here are a couple questions to think about: Have you had any spiritual conversations with this girl?Sincerely, THOMAS SNOW If you’ve enjoyed this article, will you consider giving a tax-deductible gift to Boundless right now?We’re a donor-funded ministry, and we rely on friends like you to help keep us going!So strive to fully trust in the God who will provide a spouse, in His timing, if it's His will.The book of Proverbs speaks of a wife as a beautiful blessing from God (Proverbs , ).
We had a great time, and for someone who has never gone to one, she seemed to really enjoy it. I'm afraid to say anything for fear she doesn't feel the same.