You can be assured that it will happen, but only if you pursue it with your whole heart.
Don’t be foolish; make the difficult changes you need to make now and enjoy the great fruit that will come from good choices in the not too distant future.
I'm currently in a relationship with a guy who is a Christian, and we're in a forward-moving relationship.
We've discussed sexual temptation and how we want this to be a God-honoring relationship.
Sometimes lust takes over my mind (I'm not sure about him), but I quickly pray for God's mercy and thank God that so far I've fled from it.
They want to know what is the maximum they can get away with.
Can you give me some suggestions how we can love each other so much but also help each other not be sexually tempted?
How can I discuss this healthily and openly with him so that both of us won't get tempted after the discussion?
The Bible uses words like adultery, fornication, lust, and purity, all words that have very clear meanings.
Yet many Christian singles, teens, and even parents remain confused.
While the Bible does not appear to clarify exactly what other acts for singles are and are not acceptable in God's eyes, it is very clear about the guidelines we are meant to judge these acts by. " I generally ask them to search their hearts and examine what their intention and motivation in asking is.