The time is right when you become responsible. Now that your parents are responsible for your education and for everything you do, you are not responsible. So why walk? Dating is actually the idea that you set certain times to meet and get to know someone, learn about them, and that's the way it is. So if you decide that "okay, I want to do it" because you don't just date, you're dating for a purpose, you hope to marry that person if everything's okay. So during that dating period, you want to see if she's okay [or] "okay?" So you'd only start dating when you're responsible, but there's more.
Usually dating someone is something that should be done when you know the right direction. But in the world, it's like "I'm trying to find out," "I'm trying to know if he's the right person for me." This is in the world in general. "I'm trying to find out if she's nice, if she's good, if she's okay with me," and if I think so, I'll go on and say, "Well, maybe she's the person I'd like to marry." But in Christ it is different; we are not trying to find out first. We know the first and the date after. Look, we don't have a date to try to see if you're right after; first we know you're right, and then we meet That's the difference. So it means that you have to have a kind of understanding, spiritual understanding and maturity in order to make the right decision, or better yet, the decisions are made for you.
Let me explain now. In the Book of Genesis we have two brothers named Esau and Jacob, and in the Bible he tells us that these things were written for us for our teachings, and it is important that we know how things should work for the kingdom of God. First we speak of Abraham: Abraham was married to Sarah for many years and had no child until the Bible tells us that God visited Sarah after He promised Abraham and said, "Make you a blessing and your seed will be a source of blessing for all nations." , and said there that he was going to bring out Christ. There are now several other scriptures for this, but it tells us that since then Abraham has become a special person [Genesis 17]. The Bible says that he made a covenant with God, so that he was no longer an ordinary person, an ordinary person; he was a man who was a friend of God. He was in a covenant relationship with God, which meant that everyone in his lineage became a special person because the promise was made to Abraham and his seed. Now his son Isaac was to marry, and what did Abraham do? He didn't say, "Isaac, which of the young girls around you like?" He didn't say that. Likewise, he sent his eldest servant to go and get a wife for Isaac, and Eliezer, the servant of Abraham, traveled this long journey [Genesis 24] and he (Eliezer) prayed to God; He said, "Send your angel to lead me, send your angel to lead me, that I may have a wife for my master's son, Isaac." Why was it so important? Because Isaac was in the contract, it depended on who he married.
And Isaac had these two boys Esau and Jacob. Esau liked the young girls he saw; he dated those he loved. Now let's look at what happened in Genesis 28: 1-7: “Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him, and charged him, and said unto him, Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan. Arise, go to Padanaram, to the house of thy mother Bethuel's father; and take the wife thence from the daughters of Laban thy mother's brother. And God Almighty will bless you, make you fruitful, and multiply you, that you may be a multitude of people; And give thee the blessing of Abraham unto thee, and unto thy seed with thee; to inherit the land in which you are a stranger, which God gave to Abraham. And Isaac sent away Jacob. He went to Padanaram unto Laban the son of Bethuel the Syrian, the brother of Rebekah, the mother of Jacob and Esau. When Esau saw that Isaac had blessed Jacob, Esau sent him away to Padanaram, to take his wife. And when he had blessed him, he gave him commandment, and said, Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan; [Esau heard it, and Esau saw that Jacob obeyed his father.] And that Jacob obeyed his father and his mother, and went to Padanaram; "
I'll let you go through this again. I want you to hear this: Isaac calls his son Jacob after receiving Abraham's blessing and says now, remember, at this time Jacob received the blessing and Esau lacked the blessing and the Bible yes tell us something about Esau - it is said that Esau he was mundane. You will find this in Hebrews 12:16; says that Esau was profane, that is, he did not take spiritual things into account, so even though he wanted to marry,
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