Christian dating devotion teen
The hard preparation will be worthy of a celebration. Don't: Put your teen's dates through the third degree. Don't: Call your teen three times during the date to check up. Don't: Grill your teen with a 1,000 questions about the evening. Do: Know exactly where your teen will be during the evening. Do: Host game nights, dinners, and after-church activities to get to know your teen's date. Don't: Force your teen to join a convent after a bad dating experience. When a teen starts to date, a parent's prayer life doubles.
As the first date approaches, discuss specific guidelines your family will honor. Do: Establish a general curfew for weekends and school nights. Don't: Insist that every date take place in your living room with you and your spouse. Dating is a completely new phase of life that must be learned. Trust God to protect your child and your influence in her life.
No temptation has seized you that isn’t common for people. He won’t allow you to be tempted beyond your abilities.
Instead, with the temptation, God will also supply a way out so that you will be able to endure it.
We should be aware of the awesome fact that we have the gift of God’s presence on the inside of us.
This knowledge should inspire us to behave in ways that make Jesus shine through to others.
These tracks will help teens grow in their walk with God.
In your teen's world, getting "asked out" may mean cementing an exclusive relationship after weeks of "talking" online, texting, or Facebooking.
Teenagers still flirt, date, and fall in love - but with a whole new set of rules.
Why not offer this commitment to that person today?
If today’s devotion spoke to you in a particular way and you feel led to share your thoughts with others, please do so.Thankfully, God is still stronger than the world, and He wants to protect your teen in the midst of temptation.