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Christian World Community Of Love Christian's Internet Romance Network

Obedience to God is first priority when it comes to love, marriage and family. All ages seeking marriage compose a romance letter at least 3 paragraphs long and meet in the comfort and privacy of their inbox across the Christian's Internet without joining dating sites.

Many often ignore God and seek relationships outside of his will because we are lonely, need to feel wanted, or prove something to family or friends. In secular culture, men and women change wives and husbands like underwear. Cheating, swinging, open relationships and other behavior born of selfishness and immorality are formed which lead to marital disasters.

Community Standards
We do not permit LGBT, Catholics, atheists, Judaism, Wicca, etc. to use this network. God's Grace is a free gift. It cannot be earned or merited but salvation that does not move us out of self-destructive and rebellious ways is counterfeit. Repentance means you have changed your life and can now be part of this loving community of Christians worldwide!

Community Marriage Guidelines
God knows your end as well as our beginning so his advice is priceless when it comes to love, marriage and family. God always gives you warning signs before you commit to the wrong person. He will show you what's up! But you must take heed and listen. If your prospect is abusive, it will get worse when you marry! If your boyfriend got a little sugar in his tank, marrying him is not gonna make the sugar go away! If he or she is not saved now, then don't expect them to get saved after you say I do, especially after they see you disobey God by being unequally yoked to them. God does not take us into a bad marriage to teach us a lesson or give us a powerful testimony! God does not glory in divorce and he would that no man put asunder their marital vows. He warns us before we ever get into these situations. Understand that God wants the best for you and he does not glory in you being abused and hurt. You deserve better and you must allow him to bring the best to you. A love offering to God is required to be a part of Christian Internet marriage partners online worldwide and you are required to keep these community rules:

Ecclesiastes 7:26
"I find more bitter than death the woman who is a snare, whose heart is a trap and whose hands are chains. The man who pleases God will escape her, but the sinner she will ensnare."

Guard your heart.
Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life (Proverbs 4:23) - God tells us to be very careful about giving our affections because our heart influences everything else in our life. Do not to be forced into situations that are not appropriate. God gave us very clear principles to guide us in making decisions about those who seek to enter our life.

You are known by the company you keep.
We also tend to become like the company we keep. This principle is closely related to the first one and is just as important in friendships as in dating. Do not be misled: Bad company corrupts good character (1 Corinthians 15:33).

Christians should only marry Christians.
Although it is fine for Christians to have non-Christian friends, those who are especially close to our heart should be mature believers who are seeking to follow Christ with their lives. Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14).

Is it really love?
1 Corinthians 13:4-7 defines real love. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Are you patient with each other?
  • Are you kind to each other?
  • Are you never envious of each other?
  • Do you never boast to or about each other?
  • Is your relationship characterized by humility?
  • Are you never rude to each other?
  • Are you not self-seeking?
  • Are you not easily angered with each other?
  • Do you keep no record of wrongs?
  • Are you truthful with each other?
  • Do you protect each other?
  • Do you trust each other?

If you answered yes to the above questions, then 1 Corinthians 13 says that you truly have a loving relationship. If you answered “no” to any of the above questions, then maybe you should discuss those issues with your boyfriend or girlfriend.

How far is too far?

Many wonder how far should I go on a date?” Here are some principles that will help you decide what is appropriate behavior on a date.

  1. Does the situation I put myself in invite fornication or help me avoid it?
    1 Corinthians 6:18 says to "flee from sexual immorality. We cannot do this if we are tempting ourselves through carelessness.
  2. What kind of reputation does my potential date have?
    When you accept a date you are essentially saying, "My values are the same as your values." That in itself can put you in a position you may regret later. Remember 1 Corinthians 15:33, "Bad company corrupts good character."
  3. Will there be any pressure to use alcohol or drugs?
    Don't give up your values for a date.
  4. Am I attracting the wrong type of person?
    Make sure that the message you send with your actions doesn't attract people who will lead you to compromise your values.
  5. Am I aware that sin is first committed in the heart?
    Matthew 5:28 says, But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.
  6. Are you going to the right kind of place for a date?
    Many good intentions have been forgotten because the temptation and opportunity were too great.
  7. Am I doing anything to encourage sexual desire?
    Don't engage in any impure contact that is sexually motivated, such as petting.

If you have already gone too far, why stop?

  1. God is forgiving.
    1 John 1:9 tells us that God is faithful and just to forgive our sins if we confess them. You can start fresh with God anytime you want to.

  2. God is holy.
    His word tells us that sexual sin is wrong, and He knows what is best.

  3. God is caring.
    God knows that going too far before marriage tends to break up couples and leads to less happy marriages.

    God's Grace is a free gift. It cannot be earned or merited. But salvation that does not move us out of self-destructive and rebellious ways is counterfeit. Repentance produces a life change in you.


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