If we have intimate relations with somebody, we bind ourselves to them (1 Corinthians ).
I’m not talking about just physically, but spiritually and emotionally as well. Scripture is very clear that there are things we shouldn’t engage with.
So be careful that you’re not engaging in things you shouldn’t be engaging in with a person you’re not married to. I feel like there’s this next generation of Christians that say, “Well the Bible doesn’t explicitly say that I can’t do this or that in my relationship…” Here’s a piece of free advice: If it’s something you’re not comfortable doing in front of your mama, you probably shouldn’t be doing it. I was more upset that people broke into a building than I was about my friends being entered in by people who were also leaving marks: Johnny was here. I’m seeing this phenomenon of Christians having pre-marital sex.
I recently read an article that said there was a group of guys who vandalized a church. It wasn’t even a Christian institution, but it didn’t matter to me because it was somebody’s place of worship, and they vandalized it. Just because the Bible doesn’t spell it out for us and say, “Pre-marital sex is wrong,” doesn’t mean it’s okay.
The guy texts back, using all the words he has to communicate in a 24-hour period on you.
You instantly respond back with another five-paragraph essay. Your mom conveniently reminds you that men like a bit of a chase and this poor man was probably feeling bogged down by all the emotional effort involved in responding to your texts. Why Fast Isn’t Better Imagine trying to play a game of hide and seek and the person hiding stands right behind the seeker shouting “Here I am! After a while, the seeker would give up because the person hiding is no fun to play with. There is no suspense, no investment and no finding, which is always the best part of the game.
but no where in the bible i find is there a mention of relationships and boundaries cause ultimatley back then they didnt date but girls where promsied to men for marriage ...
so i was wondering what boundaries should we set in order for us to stray away from temtation, sin and that in our relationship so that it is pleaseing to God and also what can we do to strengthen our relationship in a Godly way were we are encouraging each other and building each other in our relationships with God ???
He wants married couples to be fruitful and multiply. On the other hand, scripture is clear that before marriage, having sex is not kosher, it’s not copacetic.
We covertly cyber-stalk and linger on his Facebook page wondering who he is talking to and freaking out about every girl who posts on his timeline.
Insecurity is not pretty, but it’s really unattractive when the world reads it on Instagram. If a woman feels stalked by too many posts or text messages, she will pull back and retreat.
I have recently enetered a relationship with a christian girl, and both her and i have a growing concern about having a relationship that pleases GOd…
so we have been talking and not sure on what boundaries should be set in order for us to glorify God at all cost , we no the main one is no sex before marrige….