God used online dating to get us together, but, like couples who meet in a more conventional manner, we had to pray, trust and obey throughout every step of the dating and engagement journey. It's NOT safe to follow the example of those men and women who went against God's principles.
We’ve now been married for four-and-a-half years and we have two precious kids. That's one of the cool things about scripture - it doesn't gloss over man's poor choices and the tragic results. [email protected], For it's time Isaac and Rebekah was pretty orthodox.
We learned that it’s worth working for things that matter.
In the end, meeting online is something we don’t even think about now. --Nemo: It's certainly safe to take GOD'S advice about marriage from the Bible.
When my husband and I first met in person, I had someone I trusted (an older male) come with me and help me make sure this “virtual guy” was legit.
For some in the Boundless community, this may lead them to trust God to bring a spouse through church, work, or a blind date set up through mutual friends.
For others, it may involve signing up to an online dating site and seeing if God uses that.
I also made sure he met some of my trusted friends early on so they could give me input.
That he was willing to be vetted helped me realize his intentions were sincere and his heart humble.