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On the other hand, others are telling me that I need to be wary of making marriage an idol or trying to force it to happen and that I need to be patient and wait on God — that it may be too early since my last breakup and that I should let friendships develop naturally and see who God puts in my path.

The first feels like I would be pursuing marriage like I would look for employment and treat finding dates like finding job interviews. Where is the balance between a guy's responsibility to find and pursue, and the concept of waiting on God as a contented single?

That said, I'm receiving quite different counsel on how to go about it.

Some counselors are saying since it's the guy's responsibility to "find" a wife and pursue, I should be proactive to the point of actively following up with any attractive young woman that is a Christian and shares some common interests.

Trust me, I am eventually going to focus on the men’s role in a dating relationship, but in this post I’m going to address the women.

Before I tackle this question I have to say that I chose this particular question to represent a bigger issue.

*Note: I wrote the following article for my Q&A series in 2015, but due to the amount of questions I received about this topic this year, I felt like it needed to be resurfaced!

I've had two previous marriage-minded relationships, each during college lasting about four to five months, and both I would consider "successful," albeit resolving in a decision to break off the courtship. While I certainly have much to learn, mentors and counselors whom I trust (including my parents), have affirmed that they believe I'm in a position in my life and at a maturity to pursue marriage.He brews heartbreak for breakfast, and sweetens every sexual sin with a beautiful, but poisonous glaze.Satan and his influence in and through the world leads millions of us to date too much and too early, because he loves what that kind of dating does to us.Judging how aggressively to pursue marriage as a man can be difficult.Obviously, I can't speak to the specifics of your situation.I've arrived at this conclusion by thinking through a number of biblical principles.