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Help! Not sure whether his relationship with God is strong enough!

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I have been dating a guy for about a year, and he has seemed like just the right guy for me. We go to a Christian school, and he is a christian, but I wish I knew more about his faith. Because this is the last year of high school, I want to know whether to keep going on with this relationship or not. I know that he goes to God about decisions but he doesn’t talk about God as much as I would like him to. His mom is not a Christian, but his dad is. If his faith is not abundant enough to let it shine through everything that he says, how can I be sure that it is even a strong relationship? I would not want to marry someone that doesn’t have God at the absolute top of their priority list. What should I do?

October 11, 2015 at 09:26


Hey Oliviannac!
I find it absolutely wonderful that you are looking for a guy who puts God in front of everybody else. 🙂 My advice to you would be to just sit down with your boyfriend and to have a honest conversation about it. Ask him whether God is really at the top of his priority list and if he truly wants to live Jesus. In fact, you can just have a honest conversation about God in general! I would suggest doing this in a calm environment where you can really focus on each other and not be easily interrupted/distracted. If you find that maybe God isn’t at the top of your boyfriend’s priority list, but he desperately wants to make God the top priority and is willing to strive toward that, than that’s ok! Along with this, also remember that your boyfriend can be at a different stage of his relationship with Jesus than you right now, and that’s not a bad thing. He’s still growing too, like you, and you should be willing to nurture and help him as he should be for you; don’t forget to pray about it too! God ultimately has all the answers. 🙂

I hope this helps!

October 20, 2015 at 16:17
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