How To Choose A Christian dating Site

So you’ve decided what interests you in a person and what your interests and tastes are. Now it’s time try to start looking at some different Christian dating sites.

There are literally hundreds of Christian dating sites out there and it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. Look over each site carefully. Does it look professional? Is it easy to navigate?
Also, look at the wording on the pages. Does it follow Christian guidelines? Is there anything mentioned that you’re uncomfortable with?

See if there’s a Statement of Faith. Most sincere Christian webmasters will put this on their site. And finally, check the links page. Are there some links to sites that don’t quite mesh with your Christian values? This is a BIG warning sign.

Eventually, you’ll find a site you’re comfortable with. But always ask for the Lord’s guidance in this area. This leads me to a very important piece of the Christian online dating puzzle‚Ķ

The Master’s Voice:

When it comes to finding just the right person through online dating, you have a distinct advantage over the millions of others out there looking for the same.

You’ve got God on your side:

Several times I’ve mentioned that you should follow God’s lead throughout this process. And the easiest way to do that is to listen to the Holy Spirit.

The Lord knows what’s best for us, and He wants us to obtain it. That’s why the Holy Spirit is here. To guide us into situations that are good and lead us away from situations that is bad.

It’s the still small voice, your conscience, the gut feeling that either says, “Oh yeah, that’s great” or “Iuck, I don’t want it”. And in the Christian online dating game, it’s your most precious tool.
It’s vitally important to listen to the Holy Spirit when dating online. If something’s wrong, He’ll tell you. And if He does tell you, don’t ignore it. ¬†Christian singles can get so caught up in the whirlwind emotions of a budding romance that other things get drowned out.

Again, God knows what’s best for you and yes, He wants you to have it. Trust in Him, and He will guide your path.