"If you have already met someone, patience is just as important was if you were still waiting to met someone. Don't rush it. Take your time and get to know the person without any pressure or commitment. Don't be in a hurry to move forward with the relationship. If this is God's best for you, then he or she isn't going anywhere. Don't let him or her push you to move too fast, either. Hold your ground. Remember: If this is God's best for you, he or she will be willing to slow down and get to know you at your pace. God has a plan. You can trust him because he's proven to that he is trustworthy. Take your time getting to know someone. Limit the physical aspect of your relationship until you are sure about him or her."
- (an excerpt from "Patience" by J.J.)
Should Christian dating be approached differently than regular dating? Yes, it should. How? That's where I'm at right now. I mean, I guess I do know "how" but generally speaking, the answer to "how" is quite unpopular in today's society. But, the beauty in it, is that once we stumble across the right person - "God's Best" - he or she will not question your wanting to approach relationships differently. And if they are opposed, then you simply know that you know -- #YoureNotForMe. It should not be the question: "What can we do and get away with?", instead, it should be: "What can be do to ensure that we are honoring God?" How beautiful is that?