I'm going to get personal on this site. I have started dating at the age of 18. At this point in my life I would not have considered myself a Christian. Yes, I knew who Jesus was (is). When I was younger I accepted Christ as my Savior. It was during Sunday school that I learned about Jesus and what He sacrificed for me. I was young and at that age I couldn’t grasp the concept of Christianity. My family fell away from the church for YEARS. Still. I never forgot what I learned. Did I claim to be Christian when anyone asked? No. I wasn’t living the Christ-like lifestyle. God wasn’t someone that I often spoke to or even thought about. So I never considered myself a Christian until I later understood what this meant. Later I learned that I was trying to fill my God shaped void with the opposite sex, relationships. During a short span of time I would have considered myself a serial dater. It was always one relationship to the next. Each of my relationships failed because of my decision to remain sexually pure. I have dated both "Christian" men and secular. There is always one man who comes back into my life. My ex-boyfriend Michael. We have been in each other’s lives for going on seven years. When we speak . . . we pick up right where we started. In fact, things could be considered better between the two of us. He is NOT a believer, but he seems to be the only man who has ever truly accepted the fact that I would like to wait until marriage. Does God always set us up with other believers? I’m not so sure?