as a christian, is it ok for you to get physical with your partner when dating.
Sexual contact and physical intimacy is to be avoided before marriage, but I seriously doubt if holding hands or giving your future spouse a kiss on the cheek after your date is going to send you to the depths of hell.
If you are human than it should be OK. Never let a church or a book dictate your life.
Make your own decisions from your own experiences. Oh and no breeding OK
Hi,everyone.These days no one cares for the relationships.The meaning to relation ships is being changed accordingly..............
Younger generations lack the knowledge of relationships.They just require some kind of encouragement from us to know about them.......................
When they know about the relationships some kind of misbehaviours can be avoided.Society welfare will be improved..........
Physical relationship depends on situation. You must avoid this type of things but if it had happened then nothing can be done regarding this but in future be careful. And no religion has fixed up a date and time for such relation its the human who has to decide.
No, it's not okay. The Bible state that a physical relationship is to come after marriage, and that anything before that is fornication. Jesus said to even look after a woman and lust was just as bad as doing it. It's hard though. I know. You need to honor Christ in all you do. If you're ready to marry this person, and you're having physical issues, just get married right away so it's not an issues. My husband and I got married just a few months after we got engaged. That way we didn't have to deal with that temptation for very long. Just pray and stay strong, but you need to do what you know is right according to Christ.
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