Jehovah's Witnesses who date are ready, willing, and able to marry someone. Before they start dating, they must be in a position to get married, - spiritually, physically, emotionally, and financially. parents would not likely let their under age son or daughter date if they don't have a job and are still going to school.
If they're not ready for marriage, they shouldn't be dating.
He keeps going back and forth on weather to leave the religion he has known his whole life to be with her or stay and be without her, they have actually talked about marriage but the religion thing is always a topic of issue on his part. Bookmark it Libraluvz Posted 1 min ago I am caught in the middle between my 2 best friends, my male lets call him cole was raised as a Jehovah witness, I introduced him to my female friend called sammy was raised catholic but not very religious.
This crap is reoccurring when they are not in front of each other his religion is far from his mind, but when they are apart he wants to stay in his religion and not have a relationship with her, she respects his religion and hasn't asked him once to leave or break his vow of staying pure til marriage. I am a former JW and my advice to anyone non-JW who is dating one is to run, not walk, far, far away.
Wifely dues were something the husband wanted but the wife didn’t particularly like.
Then Jehovah God said: "It is not good for the man to continue to be alone.
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