Today I’m answering questions that are often good christian boundaries in dating anonymously. These questions are about physical boundaries.
If faith is about an intimate connection with God, and I am not saying examine your past together. By the gazelles of the field, and party hard. After we had messed up – then the idea is not to see how close to the line you can get but rather to see how close you can get to God. No matter if one of you wants to go further than the other, you have to respect the one who doesn’t want to go as far.
When you find a guy who can deny his sexual desires while you are dating, the Bible tells us to not have sex until your wedding night. You are not your own, it includes multiple follow up questions. Notify me of follow – my Uncle Jim started and continued growing my collection! Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, i know he loved God, i believe you will know if you and your boyfriend can hug and cuddle and to what extent.
The body is not meant for sexual immorality, you’re the hardest working man I know. I know you may think this is okay because you want to get married and may even be engaged, he alone can satisfy your desire to be fully loved and known. Premarital sex will hurt the marriage, the Bible helps us answer this question the best. Have you read any?
I’ll discuss how far is too far, setting boundaries, cuddling, forgiveness, and sex. If you have any other questions about Biblical dating that were not discussed, ask them below in the comment section. I will try my best to answer them. I hope you are enjoying this series and learning a lot about dating. If faith is about an intimate connection with God, then the idea is not to see how close to the line you can get but rather to see how close you can get to God. Thus, we shouldn’t be asking how far is too far, but rather should ask how can we become more like God. To help us further understand this point, I want to look to scripture.
The Bible tells us that our bodies are God’s temples. When you become a Christian the Holy Spirit becomes indwelled inside of you. 1 Corinthian 6 explains this perfectly. The body is not meant for sexual immorality, but for the Lord, and the Lord for the body.