Right now we are on somewhat of a "break," just a period of time to step back and figure out things.He says he will try to read the Bible and seek that faith, but I am at a loss. I've been in a long-distance relationship for three years, and I am engaged.When we were dating, my boyfriend was always a bit too quiet about his faith for my tastes, but knowing that I more openly discuss my faith than most people my age (and knowing that in every aspect of life he is a very quiet person) I tried to be understanding, whether that was a poor choice or not.I think the fact that you wrote to Boundless is evidence that your conscience is not seared. In speaking about widows, Paul says in 1 Corinthians that they are free to remarry as long as they marry someone (for more on what that little phrase means, listen to John Piper on the subject).And in 2 Corinthians , he says we are not to be "unequally yoked" with an unbeliever.
If Christ is Lord, then you must marry only a man who is committed to faithfully following Christ.
There is great reward, joy and life to be had in the path of obedience.
When the people of Israel entered the Promised Land, they were given many commands from God.
If your fiancé demonstrated over the course of your long dating relationship that he is trusting Christ for salvation, then you must repent for your disobedience, as well as your poor witness to this as-yet unbelieving man. This will certainly be difficult, but it is a that you are realizing this now, before you are covenanted to him for life (see 1 Corinthians -16 and 1 Peter 3:1).
Give thanks to God for His kindness in revealing the folly of your current path, then cling to Him for the grace to obey Him.
I knew he should be more open about it, and I tried to work on improving our spiritual discussions.