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If you’re wandering out into the crossfire in your own search for marriage, are you awake to the pitfalls?
What does God feel when we flippantly swipe a real man or woman, someone he himself wove together, into the trash bin of our phones?
We don’t have to like or date every man or woman who likes us; we do need to treat them as eternally valuable made ones.
Online dating has made it so much easier to treat them as virtually nothing.
Who will deliver us from the gamification of our hearts — from this dating scene of death? We’re no longer condemned by the sins we’ve committed in relationships in the past — by the ways we have wittingly or unwittingly followed the course of this world (Ephesians 2:2) — and we’re not captive to the broken and prevailing dating trends of our day.
While the world plays games with sex, romance, and “commitment,” Christ frees us to quit playing and start dating differently — with selflessness and humility, with clarity and intentionality, with patience and sobriety, even if we choose to meet someone online.One new study reports, “Apps are the new norm in dating. Online dating may have wed its thousands, but it’s wounded its tens of thousands.