Good couple devotionals dating
You must take the time to get to know your mate’s personality as well as your own.
To not do this is a guarantee that you will grow apart. You must work as a team, like a well-oiled machine.
“Give honor unto your wife…as heirs together of the grace of life” (I Peter 3:7). What are his/her concerns/needs/interests/questions? You will find no scriptural example of Jesus abusing anyone in any way. Agree on a time and place where you will study each day. Decide together what method of study you will begin with.
A good Bible dictionary/encyclopedia may also be helpful.
Get a good Bible Handbook, such as Ungers or Halley’s.
Watch the facial expressions and body language of your sweetheart. Speak the name of your spouse during your study, including personal, sweet love names. Provide a secure environment in which God’s Word can be shared. Promote and propagate learning and listening skills during this time. Create an atmosphere of openness; give your spouse space.
You have led her to the marriage altar—now lead her every day to the altar of God’s Word.
Marry whoever you like, but you will soon find you married “someone else,” someone you really need to get to know better.