Christian Singles, Allow God to Teach You About Yourself Through the Dating Process

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Dating will cause you to find out so much more about yourself. As I stated in my last two posts (read them here and here), you find out your patience levels, your boundaries and so much more.

I had to ask myself if dating was even worth it. Dating can be fun, challenging and at some points, disappointing. I am a 50-year-old Christian.Trust me, waiting a long time on God to send the man or the woman He created for you. can really get on your last nerve.

For those of you who can relate to this, sisters and brothers, I get it. However, we are strong enough to get through the days with peace while trusting the Father. I took some time off from the dating sites and focused on myself. This year, I started the dating sites again.

I met some amazing men. They were all handsome believers. They were professional men and willing to put themselves out there. It was awesome meeting every last one of them. I especially loved the meet and greets, where you met someone for 10 minutes at a coffee house or a quick lunch. Maybe even a short dinner. Our conversations were great.

I managed to narrow my choices down to three men whom I truly connected with. Out of these three, there was one I focused on.

What a connection! Our smiles were electrifying, and we connected on our professions and conversation. Could this be real? I thought.

Now the challenge was to trust the process. How long does it take a man to know if he wants to make the emotional investment? We're both in our 50s! What does dating look like at this age? I knew I could not act like a teenager, but I didn't want to be an old prude, stuck in her ways of singleness.

Oh my! The challenge here for me was to just calm down. As the Bible says, be anxious for nothing (see Phil. 4:6-7). So I prayed a lot for my thoughts to stop racing. It was hard because this man met every one of the prayers I had made to God. But I had to trust the process. Remain steadfast and allow the Father to do it (1 Cor. 15:58). Often, that's easier said than done.

Stay tune for the next blog and podcast to read and hear what I had to do in my wait while dating. You don't want to miss this.
Trust God with every step you take. Your steps are ordered by Him (see Ps. 37:23).
Gina R. Prince is an apostle of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She has a podcast show called "The Keys Against the Enemy" on cpnshows.com. Connect with Gina on Instagram and Twitter @ginarprince as well as Facebook at "The Keys Against the Enemy." Visit her website at drginaprince.com.

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