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In other words, to see ourselves as Jesus saw us: in Christian-ese, as “Daughters of the King.”But there’s a tiny hang-up in this idealized world of swashbuckling romantic ideals: Mr. After all, as our relationships with Jesus got deeper and deeper, our standards for future IRL relationships were getting more and more out of touch with reality.
With each Bible study evening, our hopes and expectations were drummed up to new and feverish heights.
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I really needed his presence, and he totally came and met me.”Put a ring on it, right?
Through clenched teeth, I now recite 1 Corinthians 13:5: “love..not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” Ultimately, while dating Jesus filled me with feelings of piety, having a boyfriend who is not “without sin” has tested and challenged me to put into practice all my Christian ideals.If He had an online-dating profile, it would read something like this: “33-year-old man of Middle Eastern descent. Never judges, loves unconditionally, able to read your deepest thoughts.Nonsmoker, but enjoys wine on Sunday.”Until recently, Jesus Christ was my one and only.Stuck in wifi-free missionary housing during our early 20s, my girlfriends and I would compile lists of every ethereal, desirable quality in a man — and an ominous gulf opened between expectation and reality. You could fit them all into a shot glass, not that you’d ever find one in a missionary house.Add to that the double whammy that, in the church, unmarried women don’t have the same social status as unmarried men — and that premarital dalliances are not tolerated. While the typical evangelical woman smugly perceives her secular sisters as hopelessly lost in self-sabotaging Tinder trysts and doomed to marry a partner of less-than-saintly character, she herself is hopelessly stuck in the Jesus-is-my-boyfriend camp.
I think that’s because they feel disowned and disenfranchised from the traditional religious institutions.