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10 Questions to Ask While Dating!

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As a Christian single, it can be helpful to have some questions prepared for a first date to get to know the other person and gauge compatibility. Here are ten potential questions to consider asking:

1. How did you come to your faith in Jesus Christ?

This question can help you understand the other person’s spiritual journey and what their faith means to them. Hearing about their experiences and how they came to faith can give insight into their beliefs and values. It can also be an opportunity to share your own faith journey and compare experiences.

2. What does your relationship with God look like on a daily basis?

This question can give you insight into how the other person practices their faith and how it shapes their daily life. Do they spend time in prayer and Bible study regularly? Do they attend church on a regular basis? How do they seek to live out their faith in their daily actions and decisions?

3. How do your faith and values shape your relationships and decisions?

It is important to know how the other person’s faith influences their interactions with others and how they make choices. Do they prioritize their relationships with other believers? Do they strive to follow biblical principles in their decision-making? Understanding how faith plays a role in their relationships and decision-making can give you a sense of how compatible you are in these areas.

4. What are your goals and aspirations for your personal spiritual growth?

This question can help you understand the other person’s priorities and how they are working to grow in their faith. Do they have specific goals for their spiritual growth, such as reading through the Bible in a year or committing to regular prayer and Bible study? Do they seek out opportunities for spiritual growth, such as attending conferences or joining a small group? Knowing the other person’s aspirations for spiritual growth can give you an idea of whether you have similar goals in this area.

5. Do you attend church regularly, and if so, what role does the church play in your life?

Knowing whether the other person is actively involved in a church community can be important for understanding their faith practices and priorities. Do they see church as a vital part of their spiritual journey, or do they view it more as a social obligation? How do they get involved in the life of their church, such as through serving or leading a small group? Understanding their perspective on church can give you insight into how compatible you are in this area.

6 How do you balance the desire for a romantic relationship with the desire to honor God in your relationships?

It is important to know how the other person approaches relationships from a biblical perspective. Do they prioritize their relationship with God above all else, even in the context of a romantic relationship? How do they balance the desire for intimacy and connection with the need to maintain boundaries and follow God’s design for relationships? Asking about this can help you understand their values and priorities in this area.

7. How do you handle conflict in relationships from a biblical perspective?

It is helpful to know how the other person handles conflict in a way that is consistent with their faith. Do they prioritize reconciliation and forgiveness, even when it is difficult? Do they seek guidance from God and other believers in the midst of conflict? Knowing how the other person approaches conflict resolution can give you an idea of how compatible you are in this area.

8. What do you enjoy doing in your free time, and how does your faith inform your hobbies and interests?

This question can help you get to know the other person’s interests and how their faith influences their leisure activities. Do they enjoy participating in service projects or volunteering with a faith-based organization? Do they have hobbies that align with their

9. How do you envision incorporating your faith into a future marriage or relationship?

Knowing the other person’s goals and expectations for incorporating faith into a future relationship can be important for understanding their priorities.

10. Is there anything specific that you are looking for in a romantic partner, and how does that align with your faith?

Asking this question can help you understand the other person’s values and what they are looking for in a relationship.

Remember, the most important thing is to be respectful and genuine in your conversation, and to allow space for the other person to share their thoughts and feelings. It can also be helpful to have a sense of humor and be open to engaging in lighthearted conversation as well.

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