Don’t think you will change that person later on in life because that rarely happens and only makes things worse. He loves you and does not want you to be one flesh with a person that won’t accept his son. An ungodly husband or an ungodly wife cannot do God’s will in marriage. 1 Corinthians But now I am writing to you that you must not associate with anyone who claims to be a brother or sister but is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or slanderer, a drunkard or swindler.
I want to also remind you this, don’t date someone just because they go to church because many people who say they’re Christians are not truly Christians.
To help you in this mission I have provided links below to several thought-provoking articles and videos.
Please prayerfully read and consider what God is saying to your heart —especially in light of the verses in 2 Corinthians -18.
" Answer: For a Christian, dating a non-Christian is unwise, and marrying one is not an option.
Second Corinthians (KJV) tells us not to be “unequally yoked” with an unbeliever.
Because of that, they are to be separate from the world—in the world, but not of the world—and nowhere is that more important than in life’s most intimate relationship—marriage.
Since the beginning of humankind, we have been experiencing the pull towards that, which is “forbidden.” God says, “no” to some things, and just like Eve in the Garden of Eden, we allow ourselves to entertain the question, “Did God actually say…” This is no less true as it pertains to Christians dating non-Christians —the “forbidden fruit.” It can be tempting to go out with someone we are attracted to and think, “this one time won’t hurt.” But then the temptation arises to go out on another occasion, and then another.
Following Christ is the most important decision you'll ever make. Choosing a mate who shares your faith and who will support you in your spiritual growth.
Don’t disobey God and wait patiently for the Lord.3.
Question: "Is it right for a Christian to date or marry a non-Christian?
While this passage does not specifically mention marriage, it definitely has implications for marriage.
The passage goes on to say that there is no harmony between Christ and Belial (Satan).