Plus, in twenty years that hunk you married is going to look a lot different.You won’t care about his biceps if he stinks at being a good dad or husband.And if you are married to a good husband who loves your kids, even those extra 30lbs he will put on over the next few decades will not hinder your attractions towards him.If a guy really likes you and you actually give him a chance, he’s going to do everything he can to win you over. Sometimes it won’t work and you still won’t like him. Don’t Trust a Guy Who Seems Too Perfect The other danger in looking for the “perfect guy” is that there are a lot of pretenders and posers out there trying to convince women they really are the perfect guy.As a Christian woman, I know your first priority is to please God, which is why you have thought so much about this whole dating thing.While God doesn’t tell us everything we might want to know about relationships in a clear written format, he did make it very clear that Christians are not supposed to marry unbelievers (1 Corinthians , 2 Corinthians ).he best Christian dating advice for anyone, including women, is found by reading your Bible.There’s not actual “dating advice” per se, but as Christians it is our goal to apply biblical wisdom to all of the situations we find ourselves in.
If I had a younger sister, these are some of things I would tell her. Don’t Date Someone You Know You Won’t Marry It makes sense to start a list of Christian dating advice for women by talking about who to date and who not to date.You are the church and the church is the bride of Christ.While you should not compromise on certain things, you don’t need to marry a perfect man because you already married a perfect God when you put your faith in Jesus Christ.But ask any mature Christian woman why she is still attracted to her husband ever after decades of marriage and she’s not going to tell you it’s because her husband is just so perfect and slick.She’s going to love him and be attracted to him because he’s a humble, mature follower of Christ who’s willing to admit his shortcomings and work on them with Jesus. Listen to Your Friends and Family Once you feel the thrill of someone liking you, it’s easy to get tunnel vision, which is why you need the support of others.