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He states pretty clearly that no one should divorce an unbeliever even though that technically makes then "unequally yoked" They shouldn't divorce if one of two unbeliever's becomes a believer once they are already married... As long as she respects your right to be a Christian it is ok, and you can even marry her and possibly save her in the process: 1 Corinthians But to the rest speak I, not the Lord: If any brother hath a wife that believeth not, and she be pleased to dwell with him, let him not put her away.1 Corinthians And the woman which hath an husband that believeth not, and if he be pleased to dwell with her, let her not leave him. Here is an interesting picture for you to ponder, directly relating to the scriptural reference already mentioned: If you yoke a strong ox and a weak ox together in the same trace..strong ox will never "pull up" the weak ox..the weaker animal will drag down the stronger one... Well, yall have made me think twice, but what if I find out she isn't a Wiccan, and just a atheist? I might try asking this girl out and rumor has it that she is a Wiccan, no one likes her, and I mean she is a nice girl just mis-understood I believe. As long as she respects your right to be a Christian it is ok, and you can even marry her and possibly save her in the process: 1 Corinthians But to the rest speak I, not the Lord: If any brother hath a wife that believeth not, and she be pleased to dwell with him, let him not put her away. he was considered the wisest man, wisdom was a gift that YHWH gave him but in the end the wives turned his heart away from YHWH. he was considered the wisest man, wisdom was a gift that YHWH gave him but in the end the wives turned his heart away from YHWH. Well, yall have made me think twice, but what if I find out she isn't a Wiccan, and just a atheist? 1 Corinthians For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband: else were your children unclean; but now are they holy.

Paul does not state the status of the persons before marriage, only after marriage.If one does not believe it isn't a reason to divorce. Paul addresses marriages between unbelievers elsewhere which does not conflict with this.Are you familiar with what happened to him as a result of his pagan wives? I'd think twice before advising a 15 year old to do so. I am not gonna get married, just to clarify that lol.Also, no 15 y/o can or should get married but they can date.2 Corinthians Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? I want to date her cause she is cute, and seems to be dis-liked for no good reason, that is wrong, a lot of people dis-like me just cause I am a country boy, and don't listen to rap or stuff like that.Just make sure your faith is strong enough to reject anything that will tempt you or shake your faith.She will know from the start that I am a Christian, and that I will not put up with her blasphemy on god, if we go out. I "dated" someone for a couple of years, and he couldn't understand why I wouldn't have sex with him. For some in today's culture it's seen as a promise for sex.I will not diss her religion, if she doesn't diss mine. Do you mean accompany her to events, take her for dinner? If that's what she or you are thinking, don't date.1 Corinthians For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband: else were your children unclean; but now are they holy. I know what wiccans do, and a practising witch might well feel she has power to influence you in your spiritual life. Totally different to "be their boyfriend." You might have wonderful faith now...When I married my husband, I was a witch, and he was an athiest. When I became Christian things got very difficult, and this verse gave me courage to keep going. If she's anti Christian (as most likely she is) she might start "praying" for want of a better word, that you see the light. do you not have faith for God to find you a Christian wife?Well, I mean I do, but I have never dated before lol, maybe that doesn't sound weird to yall, but I am 15, but I guess that's not weird?I mean I don't see her faith as a problem, but if she [B]is[B] anti-christian then it wouldn't work of course. it doesn't differentiate between a possible spouse or a business partner.

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