Paul washer on dating
'Depart from Me, those of you who said, 'Lord Lord,' and considered yourselves to be My disciples, but you lived as though I never gave you a law to obey.' [Matt.]" ~ Paul Washer, sermon, "Dating, Courtship, and Marriage.""Jesus Christ has done more than die for you on a tree; He told you how you're supposed to live and you have no right to live any other way.I’m amazed and saddened at how often I hear young single guys say of bright, gifted single women, “Wow, she’s so strong I don’t think I could lead her.” At which point, too many bright, gifted single women begin to consider ways to “tone themselves down” or “soften themselves a bit.” Raise a strong daughter, even if—no, especially if it means potential suitors question whether they can “lead her,” whatever that means to them.Can you guess what metaphor they use to describe that kind of woman?
" ~ Paul Washer, sermon, "Dating, Courtship, and Marriage.""The evidence that you truly repented long ago when you said you did is because you're still repenting now and even to a greater degree.As a matter of fact, the church today is absolutely beautiful—she's glorious, she's humble, she's broken, and she's confessing her sin.The problem is what everybody's calling the church today isn't the church.Because a decent number of those guys have some nutty ideas about what it means to be in charge.But here’s a hard reality: if you raise that daughter, she’ll likely intimidate her fair share of “nice Christian boys” as well.