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It didn’t end pretty and somehow the series from Andy Stanley “Love, Sex and Dating” appeared all over social media (thanks God).
It was to bring me to a point of security to where if it was just me and God for the rest of my days, I would be alright. Taking that year off from dating was the best decision I have ever made because it showed me that when we put Jesus first, He will surprise you in ways you never thought possible.
It was unanimous that they thought it was helpful and shared some of the stuff they learned.” Sadly, Stanley’s new book does little to ease the bubbling concerns of faithful Christians listening to the Georgia pastor’s provocative sermons and statements coupled with questionable silence on unorthodox teachings. Tozer, an Evangelical thinker and teacher, wrote, “He believes it, but he doesn’t teach it, and what you don’t believe strongly enough to teach doesn’t do you any good.” Nor does it do his readers any good, I might add.
(If you have not yet read Alexander Griswold’s exposé “Andy Stanley’s Troubling New Sermon,” I urge you to do so.) While Stanley does not blatantly deviate from historic Christian teaching on the subjects discussed (in the book, at least), he does little to define or defend their divine purpose within its pages.
I had these ideas that this year off from dating was primarily to make myself ready for my future spouse. God has restored my heart for whoever he might be, He has healed me from the nasty scars my relationships left me, and He is helping me become the person that I would want to be with. God had filled the void that I was so eager to fill with some boy.
He opened the many parts of my heart that I was so terrified of sharing with other people. And that is exactly why He had laid this idea on my heart.