Unfortunately, sex and sexual activities seem to be commonplace or a way of life for many of them.This saddens me because they don’t realize the precious gift they possess and that it should be treasured.About a month in to our relationship, I decided I really needed to talk to my guy. We were lingering beside my car and we discussed our thoughts on purity.We told each other our physical boundaries and the emotional connections to those choices. That doesn’t mean I knew everything about him; I knew his views on sex.Well it’s true that may be the way things are in the world, but we must remember we are in the world and not of the world.
This is an important question that even I tried to avoid answering. How are you supposed to know where you draw your line? The boundaries of purity seemed simple to me before I started dating: don’t have sex until you’re married. Seems pretty easy; however, I found it is much more complicated than that.I do mean that you must seriously contemplate and establish your boundaries.I had to have this talk too, and I probably did it a little late.Many single Christians have had past sexual experiences that did not deliver the outcome they had hoped for, and wound up with a sense of remorse and loss.Is there a way to go back and retrieve what was lost through these sexual encounters?