But be careful in how much physical permission you give one another.
Against such things there is no law.”, Galatians -23 KJV (parentheses NIV). Read those again and again…
Since God is your ultimate love, it is good to have that time alone with Him. Would you like God to influence the love you show another person? Knowing the love God has for you means that you do not have to seek fulfillment in how anyone makes you feel (a weakness of human love): the most perfect love comes from God, and it is always yours. If you are already in a relationship, positively encourage one another in pursuing God. By praying together, you are experiencing God together. Make an effort to bring God into your conversations. Make sure your boyfriend or girlfriend and you are active in the body of Christ. Here is some advice that can help you pursue God’s will in your dating relationship. He will do much more to fill the love-space than a person ever could. Help your boyfriend or girlfriend to keep God the focus. Though, it could make the focus more about you two building intimacy—still there is a tendency to bring out one another’s faults in prayer; therefore, avoid prodding, interrogating, judging; instead, help each other in order to build trust; love and forgive each other as the Lord’s Prayer models for us. Not only will it help in keeping God on your minds, you will also find out about each others beliefs. Different verses will help you along the way in your relationship. Those things are all wonderful in their places, as long as you’re guarding your hearts and being careful about the level of emotional intimacy you’re fostering before you’re engaged/married.
However, I don’t think any of those things by themselves will ensure that you have a relationship centered on God.
That’s true romance – someone who knows all your junk, loves you anyway, but wants better things for you.