Compare and Contrast
The dating and mating process in our world today has become something that we think comes from a movie. You meet the perfect guy, you get married, and live happily ever after, but what people don’t see, is the fact from fiction. The fact is, some people you date or marry, may not be the one for you, which then leads to breaking up or divorce. Instead of meeting someone face to face as is the usual, the world now has cyber-dating, where you meet someone online and supposedly, you date. “The road to romance now leads through cyberspace. Many of the "personals" listed on the Internet feature color photos, clever descriptions and e-mail addresses.” (1) As an example for cyber-dating, my older brother Jacob, had joined a sight that was meant for where you could post your art, mostly it is full of ‘manga’ illustrations but there are also photos people put up. He met this young woman online and for a while, they were supposedly ‘dating’, though they had never seen each other and were just talking online. It only lasted for a few months before she broke up with him and that was that. Until he met his current ‘girlfriend’, Jen, online at the same site, but this time he went to visit her. Their relationship has had its ups and downs, but my view is still the same, they live too far away from each other and I don’t know how long this relationship will last. I believe that people decide on who they want to be with by their looks and how much money they earn, not by what kind of person they are. It’s more of what kind of job they have, such as a movie star or a rock star, or any kind of job that has a lot of money. I believe that God looks into your heart, sees if you are ready to meet the person He has created for you, and guides you to your mate. . The Bible tells us that, as Christians, we should not marry an unbeliever (2 Corinthians 6:14-15) because this would weaken our relationship with Christ.
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