To venable (verb): To randomly muse upon this and that.

Unmarried Freedom.

The primary message of our culture focuses on human beings realising who they are and being given free-reign to express that. One of the consequences of this rationale is that people are encouraged to indulge their sexual appetites freely, just so long as non-one else gets hurt. The thought of saving sex for marriage is mocked.

However, the biblical way, and the thereby godly way, is for a sexual relationship to only be enjoyed within marriage. Many would see this as the way of bondage after all freedom is found in doing what you want when you want with whoever you want. I would strongly disagree with this though.

Freedom is found when a boy or girl determine at a young age that they will not give their bodies to another person before marriage. Freedom is found in the keeping of that vow. Why do I say this? I say this because as a result of making that commitment you are saved from all the mind disturbing and heart wrenching deliberations revolving around the dilemma of ‘should I do it now with this person?’

Moreover, you are saved from all the destabilisation that is caused by premarital sexual sin. Paul expresses it Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a person commits are outside the body, but whoever sins sexually, sins against their own body (1 Cor. 6:18). Something happens to us when we engage sexually with someone and this is terribly harmful to our beings when it is outside the marriage bond. The scientific explanation of this focuses on Oxytocin and is fully explained here.

Let us finally be clear fornication is destructive and is against the call of God for His people. To indulge in it is terrible thing. So right now if you are unmarried resolve to flee fornication.

 

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