Contrary to expectations, providing more varieties and flavors and choices of a product to consumers is not beneficial to people and does not lead to more sales. When we aren’t focusing on one person at a time, we can lose the most important “sale” of our life!With too many choices people can’t make up their minds and often don’t, leading to lower sales. The Tinder Revolution leads to frustration and emptiness.
John Fuller: Jesus said, “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” Now you perhaps have heard that saying and if you’re single, I wonder if you’ve ever kind of applied that to your relationships, particularly to finding a good, godly spouse. He’s written a book, and Gary, you’ve been on the program so often, you’re like a comfortable suit. And if those three things are present, they think, well, this is a ... And if they’re a Christian, then what’s the problem? But those things have been proven to hold a marriage together. Infatuation we’ll get into, neurologically is proven to always fade rather quickly.
Every time I date a nice guy, especially if I like him, I feel so insecure and wonder, what if he’s dating someone else at the same time?
Just last month, I met a cute guy and we went out and had so much fun together. Now it’s been a month and we’ve gone out four times.
But certainly, the process to get there was broken.
Gary: Well, when we were raisin’ our kids and we’re, like John, we have three adult children from 26... a woman that has been a blessing for 28 years, that I couldn’t have dreamed of.
Author Gary Thomas discusses several issues within the modern dating scene – character vs. you shared that you felt almost hypocritical when you wrote this book, because you did a (Chuckling) miserable job practicing what you preach. I feel sometimes as a dad, I’m not doin’ it as well as I should as president of Focus on the Family (Chuckling). And that’s not how marriage should work according to God’s design. but you suggest that singles should ask themselves, they want to get married to. (Laughing), you know, that takes a lot of maturity. I don’t know that I would’ve thought that through quite that--Gary: Yeah. They haven’t connected their faith with their romance and their view of marriage.