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Beyond the Norm

Sermon on Christian Dating, Christian marriage

By October 12, 2014April 21st, 2020No Comments

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  1. Question for singles: Read 2 corinthians 6:14 and talk about why is it important that your future spouse is a committed Christian, just as much as you are?
  2. Question for singles: Read 1 Corinthians 7:2, and Ephesians 5:3. Why is sexual purity important? What is the relation of sexual purity and trust? Is it easier to trust someone who had self control while single, or easier to trust someone who had very little self control? Why?
  3. Question for singles: What is the purpose of dating?
  4. Question for singles:  In what ways the norm of dating is working and in what ways it is not working?
  5. Question for singles: What is your opinion about dating without having the intent to get married?
  6. Question for singles: Is it true that in general the dating relationship leads to emotional attachment, and temptations? If so, what can be done differently so that no one gets a broken heart, or feel used in the case the couple breakup?
  7. Read Ephesians 5:25 and talk about the practical ways that husbands can make their wife feel loved or not loved. (Ask wifes to RESPECTFULLY give example of times they felt loved, and times they felt unloved). What are the parallels on how Christ loves the church and how husbands should love their wife.
  8. Read Ephesians 5:33 and talk about the practical ways that husbands feel respected or disrespected by their wife. (Ask husbands to LOVINGLY give examples of times they feel respected or disrespected)
  9. Talk about the similarities of the relationship pastor Julian (The helper) has with pastor Joe (The head pastor), with the relationship wives should have with their own husbands
  10. One spouse feels like having sex at least once a week, while the other feels like having sex once a month. How should the couple navigate this “incompatibility” based on 1 Corinthians 7:4-5. Talk about an unhealthy ways of navigating this difference, and healthy ways of doing the same
Julian Malotti