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Dating too long before marriage
He wanted not only to finish college, but also work in a good job before asking me to join his life as his bride.
He believed our purity was possible, even when I cried in fear of failing such a daunting standard.
New friends and acquaintances asked how long we had been dating.
When our answer did not include a wedding date, a few expressed concerns about our marital status and advised us on how to solve it.
With that in mind, I thought we should begin discussing venue locations and cake flavors. Why would we choose to live separately when we could choose to live together?
But for my then-boyfriend, choosing to live apart for a time was a matter of responsibly stewarding the gift of our relationship.
For grooms, they used to be around 24.6 years old, and now they are 32.7 years old.
Over the last 50 years, the number of overall weddings has steadily declined, but that's changing now as well.We even have a phrase for it, “ring by spring”, which refers to two people getting engaged ().I used to assume that if a Christian couple dated for too long, they were either refusing to commit to holy matrimony, or were enjoying sex before the big day.Because God called us to it, waiting was the most loving and faithful thing I could do for that time. He leads me beside quiet waters, He refreshes my soul.The paths God led me along were not always comfortable or approved by everyone, but I had the promise of Psalm 23:2-3: “. He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake.” While friends and family affirmed us in our walk together, not everyone in the church did.Today's bride and groom are eight years older than the average couple who got married in 1971.Just 46 years ago, brides were around 22.6 years old, and now they're 30.8."Marriages are becoming stronger than ever, relationships happier and more committed than ever, and couples more independent and consensual in their decisions than ever," Bridebook founder Hamish Shephard said. Written By Emily Hoosier, USA At my Christian college, I quickly learned that most Christian couples marry young.I wanted to live near my boyfriend, but God led us to colleges in different cities for most of our dating experience.Even after I finished college and could move closer to him, God provided me a career opportunity which required me to temporarily live in a city farther away.