This article isn’t meant for Bonnie and Clyde couples headed for jail.
I personally know of two men who married non-Christians, their wives are now both Christians too, so I wouldn't say I think marrying a non-Christian is always wrong.''Sincerely hope I remain true to my reply.I would find it extremely difficult not to be able to share that vital part of my life with someone I love.''A partnership should have God at the centre and have shared life vision and love for God.I cannot imagine compartmentalising my faith; if the other person didn't love Jesus too it would be denying my true self.If you can’t get peace, that is an answer.” When God opens the door for marriage in your life, you will know that you know you are with the right person. Here’s why: in the dating world, thoughts like, “I can’t break up because…,” mean that doubt has given the keys to fear which will drive you down a rough road containing potholes of confusion and bumps of anxiety.If you aren’t 100 percent certain that things should progress, you’d better take a time-out from the relationship and pray for God to clearly confirm His will! If that’s not enough, your joy tank will eventually read empty.But again they report a lack of support by churches should they decide to do so – even in helping to create the possibility of conversion.Experience of non-Christian marriages from which they were now divorced (16%) 'I have had non-Christian boyfriends in the past, and my faith has always been the reason they have broken up with me.In particular there is real pain in living with the decision not to marry rather than marry a non-Christian that results in them not having children.They say that there is little support for them in obedience to their faith in their received teaching. It’s perfectly healthy to forgive, but it’s not OK to be unwise. When it comes to making up, don’t misunderstand me.