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Most often people get confused about what boundaries are and what they are not.
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.
God wants you to have a unique bond with your husband.
I had to have this talk too, and I probably did it a little late.
by *Hannah Packham Holding hands, kissing, sex, where do you draw your line? Although, I’ve only dated one guy, that’s about all it takes to learn some of the most important lessons about relationships: everything from communication to kissing.
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.
Purity will strengthen the marital emotional bond and commitment as well.
The Bible verse I believe best explains the reasons for purity is, 1 Corinthians 13:4.
If we truly love someone we need to be patient with them physically until we are bonded by marriage.” Clearly we need to be patient with our men in other situations, and with other people; however, I find it so beautiful that this verse can apply to our purity. Personally, I have decided I am comfortable with holding hands and kissing. So, although I can’t tell you specifically where to you’re your line, I can tell you that it is necessary to contemplate your boundaries. Pray about it, and share an understanding with your man so you don’t cross the line. Where do you draw the line in your own relationships?