These end times we’re living in are something else! If you don’t know Jesus, you need to. And He needs to know you too! I’m so serious about that. If you don’t know the Lord, you will believe that things are right or maybe OK that just absolutely are not.
I was listening to the radio the other day and the topic was would you marry a virgin? Sadly, I only heard two people who said yes, and neither reason was because God said that we should wait until we’re married.
First off, God says sex is for marriage (1 Corinthians 7:1-3). Second, whether or not a person is “experienced” is not a deciding factor for a lifelong partnership. Third, do you know the likelihood of having a sexually transmitted disease if you don’t have sex? Zero. Fourth, do you know how expensive an unexpected pregnancy is? Exactly!
I know that our culture has decided to condone premarital sex, but that still doesn’t mean it’s OK. I know it’s hard to wait, but that doesn’t mean that that shouldn’t be your goal.
If God didn’t think that sex was its best in a godly marriage, then He wouldn’t have created it. Sex is meant to be the full physical expression of love between a husband and wife. Anyone who honors that shouldn’t be treated as a misfit, but as a wonderful rarity.
Have we really reached the day when marriage is based on whether or not a person can please you enough? Do we really want someone who’s had a lot of practice more than someone we want someone to practice with for a lifetime?
I’ve had people ask me what I would do if I got married and my husband wasn’t good in bed. What should I do? Should I divorce a man that loves God, loves me, is financially stable, and repsectful because he’s not a sexpert?
Sex is important in marriage, but is it seriously all about the sex now?