Christian dating boundaries kissing
I blog about this topic for ONE reason: because I ache over the flippancy believers have toward preparing their children for marriage.I think we have embraced a system that is not of God, and worse, defend it to those who would dare question it.So, choosing not to kiss before marriage isn’t weird, backward or strange…it is a “good thing.” I remember family members teasing us about our relationship standards.One of them looked at me and said, “How are you going to know he’s a good kisser unless you kiss him before you get married?By the way, if you are already married, keep kissing and don’t stop! When it comes to intimacy, the million-dollar question is "How far is too far?
When the Bible says, “flee fornication” we should listen and take heed.And I will do all I can to stop that lie that continues to perpetuate and rob our children, and often brings shame to the picture of Christ and his bride.In keeping with last week’s post about being “set apart”, Christians need to be asking ourselves why that difference hasn’t shown up in our approach to finding a marriage partner.However, if you are asking about passionate kissing, the answer is no until after marriage! Taking that path before marriage will lead to sexual immorality and eventually to sorrow.