They met, fell in love, dated and waited until they were married to have sex.
There seemed to be a special connection between them that made me wonder, It started me on a quest to discover what I call "practical abstinence." All of the "true love waits" messages mean nothing if they can't be put into practice.
If you are experiencing a sexual response to your closeness with each other, you need to set your physical limits more broadly.
If you find that you and your sweetie are struggling in this area (and if you are, you are in good company – many are), find a faithful friend, pastor, or mentor to hold you accountable.
Too many “homes” have been burned because the fire was started elsewhere.
“” Even if you and your beloved end up getting married, premarital sex creates a mental environment where illicitness is driving your sexual desires and when that illicitness is removed after marriage, the thing that was driving you to have sex is now gone.
God knows what you are going through and He is pleased when you seek to honor Him.
If you have fallen in this area and you are struggling with shame, remember that Christ is the great Redeemer.
Many couples who have had premarital sex struggle with sexual activity in the first seven years of their marriage; however, studies have shown that couples who have refrained from sexual activity until marriage have had the most fulfilling sex lives.
In conclusion, look forward to the sexual relationship waiting for you in marriage; yet, while you are still single, enjoy the freedom to give your energy to the cause of Christ (1 Corinthians -34) and take measures to avoid compromising situations in the first place!
It is a gift, but it needs to be , which is exactly where we're having trouble today.
We're a generation that's almost marked by a lack of self-discipline.
However, if you are on the thought of your boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s bodies in a sensual or sexual way, then (according to the Bible) you are no less guilty than those who are actually engaging in premarital sex.