Dating christian unbeliever
I knew that she had been praying for my mother’s salvation too.
My mother eventually converted to Christianity when I was nine and I accepted Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior when I was 16.
Within the context of a friendship relationship, the Gospel can surely be shared.
I would raise another set of standards, which are given to us in the Book of Proverbs.
For example, we should not associate with one who is a gossip (), or with one who is given to anger (), or with one who is given to change ().
This may sound harsh, but something as serious as marrying an unbeliever needs to be dealt with properly and to-the-point.
This appears to be clearly indicated in 1 Corinthians .
The principle stated in 2 Corinthians -18 would seem to apply to marriage as well, and some might see it as applying to dating.
Yet, because of "love" and because they listen to their hearts over the Word of God, many people marry unbelievers anyway... If you are already married to an unbeliever, then you need to love him/her as best you can, set a good example of being a Christian, and pray for your spouse's salvation.
You cannot leave your spouse (unless there is physical abuse, adultery, or if you are abandoned).