Whether we are in direct contact with them or only known by social media, what we do can affect how others act and think.
If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to : There is a question that has been on my mind for some time now.And then I’ve also heard (again, in youth group), that “it only takes a spark to get a fire going.” But maybe that was about something else . And to me that extends to the “appearance” of sex as well, which would include sharing a bed with someone . Pure and simple, when you lie next to someone you are dating or are attracted to, you are just inviting trouble.At that point, the temptation to take baby steps toward intercourse is great.But also use your God-give brain power and do your part.Make smart decisions about how and where and when you spend time with someone you are dating.I was still a virgin technically, but I’d done almost everything a person can do before actually having sex.Through my next two relationships, I struggled through the same guilt, the same questions: How far was too far?I understand the temptations we face with the media, social expectations and pressures and desires of the heart (and body), in regards to relationships.Nevertheless, if we have truly placed our relationship with Jesus first and foremost, wouldn’t we want to satisfy him before we tried to satisfy ourselves? SHE SAID: I think the longer we stay single, the more difficult it is to remain sexually pure. But still, I can see how wise this type of precaution can really be—especially for two people who are highly attracted to one another and do not want to cross any physical boundaries that would be inappropriate and also want to be mindful that their bodies are temples of the living God and should be used to honor him accordingly (1 Corinthians -20).kissing, cuddling, etc.), in this or a past relationship, then you don’t need to proceed near that road.Maybe self-control isn’t a problem and lying with someone in bed doesn’t trigger further emotions, but it still sets a poor example to others who may struggle.