When you’re getting serious about someone, don't ask: “Are we in love?
” The question to first ask instead is: “Are we becoming good friends?
Not once but twice, we bless the couple that they should become “beloved friends.” Make sure you’re friends first and then lovers.
A lover who is not your friend can easily hurt you. And if they do, they will make every effort to repair the hurt, just like you do with your best friends.
” You could ask twenty questions to identify what thing the other person was thinking about.
We get a lot of questions from young Christian men and women who are “not yet married.” Their season of life awakens many desires and hopes, uncertainties and insecurities, and tricky pastoral questions.
For an interesting and stimulating conversation, try these questions to discover or rediscover who your partner is.(If you’re having trouble even getting a conversation going with your partner, click here for help.)The one quality to keep in mind for the questions below is to treat the responses with respect. If you had three wishes that would come true, what would they be? What other things would you want to change now, and why?
Try not to argue or negatively judge any of the responses.
The second prayer is for those who have recently become engaged, which thanks God for His goodness in their lives. Your creativity bursts across the skies at sunset, it emerges from spring buds that bloom. Like three streams that merge into one single river, you are journeying with us.
Finally, there is a short prayer for those who have recently found love and romance. You are the creative, restoring current that runs through our relationship.