Is the person committed to becoming more like Jesus (Philippians 2:5) or do they lead a selfish life?
Does the person show love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control, which are the fruits of the spirit (Galatians -23)?
The world says that sleeping around is necessary to see if you're physically compatible.
The world says that living together before you're married is completely normal because, well, how else would you find out if your boyfriend's/girlfriend's habits are too annoying to live with?
Sadly, this is a very self-centered way of entering into a relationship.
Even very well-meaning, God-loving Christian couples can fall into the trap of selfishness when it comes to relationships.When you've committed to another person in a romantic relationship, remember to keep God as the most important Person in your life (Matthew ).You should never place anything or anyone over God because that is considered the sin of idolatry (Galatians ; Colossians 3:5)—even if you mean very well and love the person unconditionally.Colossians says, "Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord." That said, let's take a look at what the Bible says about romantic relationships.The Bible does not actually mention the terms "dating" and "courtship", but we can definitely find some principles about relationships that will help us understand what's up with this touchy subject.Through it all, remember to keep God as the most important person in your life (Galatians ; Colossians 3:5), never a romantic interest.