So… Is it OK to date someone who is divorced? A lot of Christians honestly ask this question.
I’m giving you the Christian dating perspective on whether or not you should date someone who has been through a divorce. I’m covering some of the essential things you need to know both about divorce in general and dating someone who has been through one.
Sometimes people act like there is something wrong with someone who has been through a divorce and like they should be avoided.
Can they actually be a really good spouse? Could things work out really well? How should you go about it if you do decide to date them? Watch to find out 😉
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What are your thoughts in answer to the question “Is it OK to date someone who is divorced?” Tell me in the comments!
Isn’t it wrong to date a girl who’s divorced as it is mentioned in the bible?
It’s true that marriage is sacred and divorce is never something we should take lightly. I tend to have a different view from many because of my background. As someone who was raised with an abusive father I can honestly tell you that divorced saved my life as well as the life of my family.
I fear we put so much focus on a few verses that we disregard other equally as important verses. We are told to not cast our pearls before swine and to beware wolves in sheep’s clothing. If we focus on the letter of the law we literally condom some people to a fate worse than death. This is why the spirit of the law vs. the letter is so important.
Should we marry and divorce willy nilly? NO. As a coach though I see hundreds of really good people who got into a bad marriage simply because they didn’t know any better. Jesus certainly doesn’t want them to suffer needlessly for the rest of their life. No one benefits from that. Not the couple and not their children. God is about progress, not misery.
This is all my opinion but I hope it helps! Thanks for reaching out!