Suppose there is a Protestant man and a Catholic woman. Traditionally there is opposition to the engagement, but is there a biblical reason behind it today? However, in her heart the situation was unacceptable as it was in mine. We’ve reached a climax that made it impossible to continue dating. Since we work at and for the same company, we met each other regularly.
They like each other, enjoy exchanging ideas, and have long established a good relationship. But since I had a “clear” vision that this relationship might not be God’s desire, I did not compromise. After much talk and seeing that we had a reciprocal care, we forgot the opposition and restarted our relationship. Occasionally in our conversation the topic involving our former relationship emerges.
Thankfully, despite the emotional crash, our friendship resisted bravely. Sometimes we pretend to understand the reasons for not staying together, apart from the jealousy, concealing that our dating is not recommended religiously since we profess different beliefs. What should I do to know what are God’s desire for my life? But for woman, it weighs heavily, especially when considering fertility and the ability to bearing a child.
This doesn't mean that even in the best marriage there will not be arguments.He looks for a woman who has the maturity necessary to follow Mary in all things.Once he has found this special woman, he treats her with respect. To avoid causing her any damage we decided to split. Neither of us have experienced any sexual relation with each other. After years of friendship we fell in love with each other. Soon, however, we face some objections partly due to our beliefs.