36 BEAUTIFUL QUOTES FROM MYLES MUNROE’S WAITING AND DATING

Hi everyone,welcome back to Palacedaughter. I am glad its Friday and am sure you are happy too. I wish you a great weekend.

This weekend, I would love to share with you an interesting subject matter.

Do you know there are many myths about waiting and dating? It has led so many astray and endless bitterness.Here Myles Munroe debunked those myths and I would love to share with you.

Below are Quotes about Waiting and Dating.

“Habits and attitudes established during the dating years generally carry over into marriage”. (Munroe 7)

“Healthy relationships should always begin at the spiritual and intellectual levels of purpose, motivation, interests, dreams and personality”. (Munroe 9)

“There are two choices: Either you will follow God’s standard by deliberate choice, or you will follow the world’s standard by default”.(Munroe 10)

“When you regard dating as a matter of choice, not necessity, you are ready”. (Munroe 11)

“Become so consumed by God that he will have to interrupt you to bring another person into your life”.(Munroe 14)

“It is completely unreasonable to ignore God’s standards and still expect a godly outcome”. (Munroe 19)

“People can share common interests, intellectual pursuits, and have same goals, but without spiritual agreement, they will still have broken relationships”. (Munroe 20)

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“The strongest and most successful long-term relationships are those that are based on friendship rather than on any sense of need or incompleteness on the part of either or both persons involved”.(Munroe 24)

“People who are without God do not truly understand love and therefore cannot truly understand friendship”. (Munroe 24)

“We should never talk about ourselves, but rather, get others to talk about themselves”. (Munroe 26)

“God places people in our paths—and us in theirs—that we might be a blessing to each other”. (Munroe 28)

“Praying for our friends is the most important and significant thing we can do for them”. (Munroe 31)

“True and intimate friends look out for each other’s welfare”. (Munroe 35)

“Friendship is not a gift, but is the result of hard work”. (Munroe 37)

“The best way to make a friend is by being a friend”. (Munroe 40)

“God does not choose your mate… the choice is always yours”. (Munroe 47)

“All of us are born with talents and gifts, but character must be developed, carefully cultivated, and nurtured over time”. (Munroe 54)

“God does not have one and only one special person for us”. (Munroe 55)

“There are many people in the world who are potential mates for us
because of similarities in personality, character, values, and interests to our own”.(Munroe 55)

“If there are any number of “suitable” candidates for us to marry, then
marrying one of them becomes a choice that we make”.(Munroe 55)

“The choice that we make to marry a particular person calls for a firm
commitment on our part to be faithful to the one we choose”. (Munroe 55)

“God does not choose the person He wants us to marry”. (Munroe 55)

“The key to finding the right mate is first to identify the qualities and
character that we will hold as our standard without compromise, and then evaluate the potential candidates we meet according to those standards” (Munroe 56).

“Out of all the people we know, out of all the friendships we develop, out of all the legitimate “possible” before us, we choose one person with whom we
wish to spend the rest of our life” (Munroe 56).

“Couples who do not have similar life goals are not right for each other” (Munroe 65).

“Someone who exercises self-control in the area of sex will also practice self-control in other, less difficult areas” (Munroe 66).

“Don’t shortchange your education—and your dreams—by getting married too soon” (Munroe 71).

“Marrying in the will of God carries no inner turmoil or uncertainty because it frees us to concentrate on Christ and His work without distraction”. (Munroe 72)

“It is only when we allow God to fill our deepest needs in His time and in His way that we will know the truest happiness and fulfillment and will be at our most effective in life. (Munroe 72)

“As long as your engagement stands, you have a commitment to faithfulness to your fiancée that is as strong and as binding as if he or she was already your spouse”. (Munroe 78)

“Engagement is not the time for testing the waters. That’s what the dating period is for”. (Munroe 82)

“Marriage is too important a matter, too sacred an institution to enter into lightly or flippantly or without adequate preparation”. (Munroe 86)

“Expectations are not as important as understanding and agreeing that both are equally responsible for…everything…that goes into making their marriage work” (Munroe 88)

“Most unsuccessful marriages fail because of issues that could have and should have been addressed during the engagement. (Munroe 91)

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“A wedding is an event, but marriage is a life”. (Munroe96)

“Oneness is the glue that holds a relationship together”. (Munroe98)

“Couples need to work together and be equally knowledgeable about the financial affairs of the household because they are partners in marriage, not simply two individuals living in the same house”.(Munroe 100)

“One of the biggest challenges couples face during engagement is the temptation to go too far sexually”. (Munroe107)

“The fact that a couple is getting married does not justify or excuse premature and improper sexual behavior”. (Munroe 108)

“By successfully handling sexual temptation, a couple proves their maturity, integrity, faithfulness, and self-control”. (Munroe 109)

“Most unsuccessful marriages fail because of issues that could have and should have been addressed during the engagement. (Munroe 91)

“A wedding is an event, but marriage is a life”. (Munroe96)

“Oneness is the glue that holds a relationship together”. (Munroe98)

“Couples need to work together and be equally knowledgeable about the financial affairs of the household because they are partners in marriage, not simply two individuals living in the same house”.(Munroe 100)

“One of the biggest challenges couples face during engagement is the temptation to go too far sexually”. (Munroe107)

“The fact that a couple is getting married does not justify or excuse premature and improper sexual behavior”. (Munroe 108)

“By successfully handling sexual temptation, a couple proves their maturity, integrity, faithfulness, and self-control. (Munroe 109)

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