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06-Nov-2019 16:11

God’s Word tells us that sexual sin is very serious, that we are to avoid “sexual immorality” (sometimes translated as “fornication”) and that we should all be virgins when we marry.

See, among other passages, Matthew ; Mark ; 1 Corinthians 6, 13-20; 1 Timothy 5:2; Galatians -21; Song of Solomon 2:7; Hebrews 13:4.

And that’s on top of the human feelings of betrayal, shame and dishonor of knowing your girl didn’t love you enough to not sleep with other men, as well as the mental images you’ll have for a lifetime of her being sexually active with her lovers. To begin with — especially in light of what I am about to write below — I want to affirm you in your belief that premarital sex is everywhere and always a sin, and that it is a sin not only against God, but against one’s eventual spouse.

I deeply wish that more single people — especially those who profess to be Christian — lived out that conviction.

The old has passed away and the new has come (2 Corinthians ).

And given our perfect Lord’s forgiveness of us, we are on very dangerous ground scripturally when we assume a posture of refusing to forgive and holding others’ sins against them (see Matthew -35; Luke 11:4).

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The fact they’ve had sex doesn’t change much.” But not only do I not believe them, there’s lots of scientific as well as biblical evidence for it being a big deal! There’s a lot bound up in it, so let me see if I can offer some thoughts on a few different fronts.

Despite what your friends are telling you, there are many godly women who are still virgins.

Also, sin has consequences, and it sometimes necessarily changes (or precludes) relationships.

If I successfully get a date, as it moves along I am constantly disappointed to find out they have had sex with numerous men before.

Each makes the typical statement that they were mistakes and they’ve asked God for forgiveness and moved on.For the good of your own soul and that of your future wife, I would encourage you to spend some time thinking about grace and forgiveness as you move forward in finding a wife.



Marriage is indeed important, and my point here isn’t to trivialize it.… continue reading »


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