Dating someone equally yoked
Unreasonable Expectations All of us have expectations of marriage and our spouses, but over time they can cause major turbulence in our relationships.
Learn where these expectations come from and why you must rid yourself of them.
Sometimes, the hardest thing for a loving parent to do is to let go of their child.
Not surprisingly, this can become a huge burden for a married couple.
But first we want to explain why we as Christians are instructed not to be unequally yoked.
To help you get a better picture of what it means to be unequally yoked and why it’s best to avoid this arrangement, let’s look at Deuteronomy .
It says, “Thou shall not plow with an ox and a donkey yoked together.” Let’s look at the differences between an ox and a donkey.
1 John 2:4- “If someone claims “I know God, “ but doesn’t obey God’s commandments, that person is a liar and is not living in the truth. Stop telling me that you belong to Jesus if you hate someone that hurt you. When you take each day—day by day—you’re living for Christ.
Then, you look up and you’re married to this person that you’re completely unyoked with but because you were so focused on leaving the title of being “single” behind—you ignored ALL of the warning signs and married this fool who “said” he was a Christian. Yes, you can be unequally yoked with someone at your church or another Christian. At times, there's a fork in the road of your relationships where maybe your friend stops pursing God as you continue to pursue Him.