Paul washer dating
I know this will be a message that I will replay a few more times in the future.If only our Christian youth today had such love and support from family and their churches to carry such a walk like this in their lives today.Most western Christians view dating as a good and necessary part of growing up and getting married.Paul Washer fervently disagrees, as he argues in this compilation of teachings, given over three days at a church in Hannibal, Missouri.He points out that dating, as it is usually practiced, presents massive spiritual dangers and has caused much harm to countless Christians—whether they know it or not.In response, he argues that we should replace modern dating with practices based on biblical principles, such as parental authority and radical concern for purity.A 3-volume package deal – the set of Paul Washer’s “Recovering the Gospel” series, including Vol 1: The Gospel’s Power and Message Vol 2: The Gospel Call and True Conversion Vol 3: Gospel Assurance and Warnings The three volumes in the Recovering the Gospel Series represent and cover most of the essential elements of the gospel, with a special focus on those that are most neglected in contemporary Christianity.It is the hope of the author that these words might be a guide to help you rediscover the gospel in all its beauty, scandal, and saving power.
But, I found an awesome wife without dating and I was spared from the further damage that dating would have caused in my life.
Description: This message is three short messages put together into one.
Paul Washer speaks on the idea of dating and shows that it is very unbiblical and wrong.
Hopefully there are some that do, sadly just don't see or hear stuff like this these days, in messages or in church youth. old woman, now saved only 5 yrs., just heard this message yesterday for the 1st time, and am astounded at the wisdom, boldness and unapologetic truth that poured out of this vessel.
I sure would have loved to be better acquainted w/ this topic before I got saved and even after for all the foolish and painful experiences, even those encouraged by the church itself.