Is dating multiple people at once okay
Now of course we know that these two men were not sexually intimate.
You see how ties were created even though sex was not a part of the equation?
Trusting your heart can lead anyone into making bad decisions. Can you really say that you have “the heart” figured out?
When we say “trust your heart” what we really mean is “trust how you feel” and without me referring to any scripture right now ask yourself, “Has trusting how I felt led me in the wrong direction before? We’ve all been in relational situations where we’ve found out we were wrong, but if you let our feelings tell it, that was the person we thought we’d spend the rest of our lives with.
There’s no definitive guide on what to do and what not to do for us believers because the word “dating” isn’t even in the bible. What we call dating nowadays crosses too many lines.
I had people argue me down about how they felt it was OK to date multiple people.
Things can escalate quickly so don’t blur the lines. I hope you can see where this could be an issue because if this is protocol for all the people you’re dating, well, that’s a problem.
Don’t assume that this will grow into something unless he tells you that he wants something more. You can’t be kissing this person and then say you’re not ready to be exclusive with them.I mean you go from coffee at Starbucks, to Netflix and chillin’.Next thing you know, you wake up to find yourself in a position that you were trying to avoid.Women on the other hand, get emotionally involved quickly even if you guys have never kissed. You might not fully agree with this viewpoint but you have to take it into consideration at least. Would you be more careful about how you treated your sister than some random girl?If this person is a believer, then she is technically your sister in Christ. We think that soul ties happen when sex happens, but on the contrary, soul ties can happen even if you’re never sexually intimate with a person.[shadowbox]1 Samuel 18:1, “And it came to pass, when he had made an end of speaking unto Saul, that the soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.”[/shadowbox]Jonathan loved David like he loved his own self. Sounds a lot like, “Love your neighbor as yourself” to me.