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Courtship The 21st Century Process
Rickey’s New Book! (August 15, 2020)
Courtship is designed for the marriage-minded person and this book gives a modern twist to the old ways – “vintage” made new. It offers a serious approach to a God-centered relationship with practical, 21st-century advice.
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There is no courtship without intentionality and commitment. If you are not ready to truly commit to a lasting relationship, you are not ready to court. While in dating, a person may string you along for years with empty promises and no assurance, courtship requires true commitment from each person. Commitment in courtship is your dedication, faithfulness, and loyalty to the decision that you have made to the other person.
Proper courtship fortifies trust, relieves insecurities, and focuses attention on serving each other. Courtship stands guard over the relationship and protects the heart and the vulnerabilities of your mate. The security creates a safe environment through consistency which allows the couple to genuinely get to know one another.
Accountability is the obligation or willingness to accept responsibility for one’s actions. For accountability in a relationship to work, both partners must be vulnerable, honest, trusting, and transparent. In courtship, there are two forms of accountability, external and internal. External: This is typically established between close friends, mentors, or spiritual leaders. Internal: This is the most important accountability relationship to establish between the courting couple.
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During our wait season, we should live each day to the fullest and make every second count. You are needed, you are gifted, and you are powerful. God has called you to the kingdom for such a time as this, dear heart. Trust and believe that God has a plan for your life.
Your Dad and Mom were Right.
“Everything that looks good to you ain’t good for you.” Unfortunately, it took a while for many of us to figure that out.
Regardless of whether you are just getting to know your relationship potential, at the beginning of the relationship, in the middle, or in the engagement process, these questions should be asked and answers should be given BEFORE you say, I Do.