Compatibility is much more than just getting along with your mate.It’s knowing that your mate has compatible views and opinions on some of the most important issues in your life.This is definitely a question you want to ask the first day you meet. Don’t assume because he goes to church, has a relationship with God, and is a “God fearing man” that it’s understood that he will wait for you. While everything is still rosy, women might ignore the elephant in the room and end up wasting their precious time, or they pay later by being with a man who doesn’t fulfill their needs. A choice that you will have to live with for the rest of your life.

Ask yourself simple questions such as: do our Christian values match or what qualities would I like to find in a date?

Once you have a full understanding of these aspect, you’ll have a clearer idea of what you’re looking for.

Once you have the answers to these questions, you’ll be in a strong position to know exactly what you want in a partner to make you feel comfortable and happy.

Before you decide what you’re looking for in a partner, it’s essential to think about your own Christian values.

Most couples who are not compatible have relationship problems that lead to a break up. You need to know if the new man in your life is a keeper.

Before you get too attached, there are five questions every woman should ask.

There are plenty of married and divorced people who wish they had asked the tough questions before saying “I do.” …

"Earlier, you mentioned 18 red flags; my friend only has two of them, so most don't apply to us." That may be true, but even one red flag could make the difference between a wise choice and a disaster when it comes to marriage.

It's tough to keep in mind, but if you do end the relationship, over time you will likely find more opportunities.