Is it wrong to worry about relationships? Between the ages of 15 and 17, I was in two long term relationships, which ultimately ended. Since then (2 years), I haven't had a single relationship. When I became a Christian back in January, it was something that was really getting me down. I was feeling lonely, and within a few weeks, God blessed me with a girlfriend. However, God gives and takes away, and he very quickly alerted me to the fact that having a girlfriend wasn't right at that particular time, so I broke up with her. Recently though, I've started to get those lonely feelings again. It just seems that a lot of my friends seem to be in happy relationships, and I feel a bit down that I don't have a companion. It definately isn't a sexual issue, it's more I feel that I'd like someone to speak to on a deeper spritual level, and be really open with, and to have someone special for me. Equally, I get the opinion from people within my church that when God feels it's right to put you in a relationship, he will. Is this the general opinion of all Christians, or is it ok to pray for some form of companionship? I'm not really sure how I feel right now. While I don't feel desperate for a girlfriend, I'd like one, and I'm going on 20 now. Isn't that the time a lot of guys start meeting their "ones"? What are general Christian opinions of young adult relationships?