Is matchmaking good? I don’t know. Is Christ in support of it? I really don’t know. But I’m sure if there was a cool really solid guy around Jesus and I’m here wanting for a husband, Jesus will not hesitate to bring the bro over to my house over dinner as per Jesus Girl.
Is it good for Christians to visit dating site? I can’t remember Jesus saying anything about dating probably because people didn’t date in biblical times, so I will just apply common sense.
Where do people meet these days? Online.
You shop online.
You work remotely.
You have signed up for different courses online.
Your bank is on your phone.
Your church is on your phone.
Your movie cinema is Netflix.
Yet you demonize a dating site. The platform is just like any other social media platforms.
My true sisters have very predictable lifestyle. They go to work Monday to Friday, sleep in on Saturdays or attend Choir rehearsals and head to church on Sundays. Considering that you do not sneak into clubs, the only weddings you attend are your cousins’ wedding, and you are the girl who will never be at a sporting event, go to the gym or hang out all alone; where are you going to meet new people, make acquaintances and network if not online?
Adeyinka Adegoke has this fine networking site and people are asking him if he has prayed about it. What is there to pray about?
Did you pray before you signed up on Facebook?
What Psalms did you read before joining Linkedin?
Instagram, your second home? You prayed about that too?
If you are on Facebook, I’m sure some funny guy would have randomly sent you “xup babe” at one time and yet you didn’t delete your account or rush off to meet him the following week. You decided if you wanted to be “xuped” or not.
Maybe it’s just a bit of religion holding you back but per adventure you want to check out Yinka’s website – go here.
Dating is a social means of finding a partner and there is nothing wrong with it.Truth is, there is no spiritual field manual that tells you how to behave in everyday situations, so you have to think, talk , pray and be ready to move.
Go there with your common sense. And your eyes opened, with your extrasensory perceptions on full working mode and trust your guts. This is me assuming that you are a spiritual creature indeed.
Same principles apply. Don’t be in a hurry to marry someone you just met (virtually). There’s a lot of ‘packaging’ online.
You can’t ignore warning signs. The fuse might just blow in your hands. You will be badly burned.
We will not be at pity-parties to hear stories that touch, you are an adult. You shouldn’t put yourself in awkward situations, then come back to start a thread on #menarescum or women are bitches. There’s no need for desperation. Enjoy the friendship and move if it doesn’t work. Moving is easier when you haven’t tested the mic, you get?
PS- I will not be able to comment back and forth if you are still living in 1970 and think networking site is a sin; you can wait for your own partner, he or she will come and will not tarry. Amen?