Seventh day adventist dating site
Jesus' point is that actions speak louder than words.
What is making things difficult for you is the simple fact that you like this young man.
It seems clear to me that you don't think he is marriage material at the moment.
So instead of dating him exclusively, you ought to keep this relationship on the level of good friends.
But until he does decide to following Jesus in truth, I would strongly suggest that you don't get serious about him.
It is not that it is impossible for such a marriage to work, I'm just pointing out that you would be signing up for extra hardships and points of continual disagreement.
"And a woman who has a husband who does not believe, if he is willing to live with her, let her not divorce him.
There are good and kind people in all religions, so that is not the concern. If you do marry and he remains a Seventh-Day Adventist and you remain a New Testament following Christian, what will life be like?
A part of marriage is two people becoming one (Genesis ).
Since I haven't met either of you, I can't tell if that is possible, but just to warn you up front it doesn't happen in most cases.