I wasn’t planning to write about this, but I’ve been asked about it a few times. We know that many of the Bible’s love stories involved older men and younger women (examples include Isaac and Rebekah; Ruth and Boaz).As many of you know, I base my advice on biblical principles and commandments. But the Bible doesn’t list any specific instructions or acceptable age differences for spouses.*Financial stability, success, leadership, and maturity are qualities women tend to look for–qualities that usually develop with age.*A woman’s beauty and fertility usually peak from her late teens through her late 20’s.
You’ll probably want to be the best girlfriend you can be in order to make the relationship last and to keep it fun for both of you.
It is just a question of time before the two people involved become legally tied.
Although from a legal perspective, there is not a difference between a bf/gf and a fiancee (at least in my country), from an emotional/social standpoint, they are different.
How can you know if an older boyfriend/girlfriend is right for you? Question #1 Are both of you able to consider marriage within a reasonable time period?
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