10 commandment of dating
The Old Testament Scriptures make known that God Himself gave the Commandments to His people through Moses (Exodus 20).
Any question or doubt of this assertion is a question or doubt of the Old Testament Scriptures.
Part of this commandment is my very strong recommendation for couples to go a couple's counselor as soon as they become exclusive before any problems arise to establish a foundation and trust with their counselor.
A counselor is inevitably needed for issues that arise where you need an unbiased third party for perspective.
And any question or doubt cast upon the Old Testament Scriptures (and/or upon the New) is a question or doubt cast upon its One Holy Author. Dating items of antiquity does not either prove or disprove the Bible to be God breathed and God give. What archeology can do is to estimate the dates of documents and artifacts, make assessments of the land and its people in comparison with those living at or around the same time, and draw theoretical conclusions where the evidence is lacking.
Dating, as in archeology, is a helpful tool concerning peoples and cultures of the past. It is a book through which God reveals the Savior, Jesus Christ (John ). ancient history; the study of antiquity.(  “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God” (1 Timothy ); “No prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation, for prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit” (2 Peter -21).
Be the bigger person and break the silence, communication is the key to success in ANY relationship.
Commandment #7 Men Shalt Always Be Gentlemen and Women Shalt Welcome It It is nice for both people when the man opens the doors, gets up from the table, helps her with her coat, helps her out of the taxi, pushes the revolving door for her, helps her with her overhead luggage in the plane, etc.
Find out what your partner really loves and wants and give it to him/her a lot.Commandment #4 Thou Shalt Have a Specific Dating Plan Be conscious about how and who you want to date and be proactive about creating it.Whether it be through friends, online, dating services or matchmakers, have a plan.Take for example the Law Code of Hammurabi, (Hammurabi was a king who reigned in Babylonia between 17 B. The Ten Commandments, also known as The Decalogue, are traditionally estimated to have been given around 1446 B. Nevertheless, dating only demonstrates timing, not necessarily influence. Thomas states that, “Despite many resemblances, there is no ground for assuming any direct borrowing by the Hebrew from the Babylon.It gives a chronology, but it does not lay the foundation. Even where the two sets of laws differ little in the letter, they differ much in the spirit…” Thomas’ assessment, I believe, is correct. Especially is this so with the Commandments and Hammurabi’s Code.