Some single Christian women complain that they’re sick of Christian men being too passive and non-adventurous; “nice guys” wait too long to initiate relationships, and they don’t seem to be going anywhere in life. There are a lot of Christian men out there who are too scared of rejection to ask a woman on a date.
Except for one thing: his reputation as the “life of the party.” Evan liked to visit a local sports bar and relax with his old college buddies, which Cindy didn’t mind.
Evan appreciated Cindy’s support, and after 10 months of dating, he asked her to marry him. Instead, his unresolved habits resurfaced and shattered her heart.
He still had occasional setbacks with alcohol, but they were less frequent than before. Soon after their engagement, Evan’s real estate business began to falter. Cindy’s story is a common one among Christian single women of all ages.
He might exhibit the following behavior: lying, aloofness, irresponsible dreaming, fear of commitment, sexual promiscuity, addiction to substances or pornography, selfishness, hunger for power, and disinterest in surrendering to God.
(I could go on, but you get the idea.) He’s not someone who’s interested in true love, because that requires consistent sacrifice.