- It can be wrong however if you find that special person, who you love, then it's okay.
- —Guest Anonymous
WAIT!!!!, IF YOU ARE A TRUE CHRISTIAN
- My boyfriend and I are both devoted Christians and we both have an understanding of the Lord's laws. Obey our Father God. Wait until marriage. To set the mind on the flesh is death, but to set the mind on the Spirit is life and peace. Romans 7:6. Maybe those people you thought you waited for and loved weren't the right one for you. GOD doesn't make mistakes.
- —Guest Guest Ashley
SEX BEFORE WEDDING IS SIN
- Sex outside of marriage is wrong. If you believe in God, then do His will by waiting for your life partner. What is it for you? Be patient in your sexual life when has died for you...
- —Guest BELIVER
- Sex before marriage is wrong, and our heavenly father wants us to be obedient, so as a believer why not follow the law? After having this pre-marital sex, you guilty of sin. You can not question God. He wants what's best for us.
- —Guest simon kalasani
Sex before marriage
- Sex before marriage is not wrong if you are having sex with the one you love and will marry.
- —Guest Anonymous
Save Yourself from the Consequences
- I'm old enough to let everyone know the consequences of sex without marriage. You may have many "relationships" or "friendships" that can last anywhere from a few months to years. You'll be attached to the person because of the sex, the time you've spent with them, the amount of energy or emotion expended, but there really is no commitment. It's essentially safe, so people think. But break-ups affect the mind and spirit as badly as divorce. Can you imagine having several relationships and breaking up several times? That's equivalent to several divorces that can and will cause spiritual and emotional damage, damage that you will never see or maybe feel, but it will affect how you act with others and how you live your life. Abortions, STDs, abusive situations, codependency, insecurity - all of these things happen when sex outside of marriage occurs. I'm a living witness. Don't destroy the body, mind and spirit God has given you just to do what you want. It's not worth it.
It's both good and bad.
- To tell you the truth, sex was not meant for married people only. So, should a person burn with passion because you're not yet married? Biblically Adam the father of all had sex before marriage. It is bad when you have more than one partner. Which chapter says you should have sex after marriage only?
- —Guest Sex before marriage good/bad?
- Based on the Biblical prescriptions in both the Old and New Testaments, it is plain to see that sex outside of a one-man-one-woman-for-life relationship (marriage) is sinful, which includes all manner of deviations, and premarital sex is one of them. I could go on to give a list, but I'm sure someone else has already done so. I'll just make one point, then: if you would have sex with a woman to whom you are not married, think about what that means when you are married. Your wife knows that you would have sex with someone who is not your wife, because you've done it with her. It sets a really bad precedent, to have sex with your fiancee before marrying her. Just wait. It's better.
- —Guest Biblical Christian
What God says?
- Marriage is a tradition made by people to avoid social issues of multiple sex partners. If God want that, no one should have sex before marriage. Why does He have us go through puberty from around 7 to 15? And we consider it a non-marriageable age. Even animals choose their own partner for sex. Why didn't God make anything like marriage for them? It is just made for humans by humans as we are growing so much in number just to equal earth for all.
- —Guest Vidz
Yes, it is completely and totally wrong.
- Yes, sex before marriage is a sin. But if it happens before marriage, God will forgive if asked. Last year, before I started really going to church, I was craving and wondering how it would be if I would have sex with my boyfriend. But my friend started taking me to a church group and I became more involved with the Lord, my savior, and I asked God back into my heart and I stopped the wanting to have sex. I now believe in my heart that sex before marriage is wrong. But i do not hold anything against teen parents and anyone else. I believe they shouldn't have done it, but I would not and will not hold it against them.
I'm with Mrs. M
- She said "it's your choice"...and everything she said about her and her husband and I couldn't agree with more. It really is a personal decision and me and her friend are in the same situation she was talking about and you know who you will be with. Work the rest of your life then go for and make the best of your relationship.:) Waiting isn't bad or good, it's just a personal decision and you have the choice.
- —Guest Mr T
It is wrong
- I think the issue rests on whether you are a Christian or not. I am a Christian, so I should talk about Christians. The Bible clearly forbids sex before marriage, so it is a sin. The Bible is our standard of living. We follow what the Bible says. Sex was meant for marriage.
- —Guest Morgen Machote
It's your choice
- I was 15 when I met my husband. We started dating when I turned 16 and about six months into the relationship we knew that we were meant to be together and we decided to have sex. We were each other's first and only! We have been together for 16 years now and married for five. We waited until we finished college and got jobs. We also lived in separate houses until we got married, so that part of the marriage still feels new and for those who wonder, the sex is still just as hot now as it was way back then. We felt that it was our decision at the time, and we already loved each other. I know the Bible says it's wrong, but we were going to marry anyway. We just knew we would! I know some will ask how do you know it's love at 16? For us, we just knew. We do not have any children yet and that will come later as I am 32 and my hubby is 34, and we do not want kids right now. We are still just enjoying each other right now and having this time together to build our life before kids.
- —Guest Mrs. M.
- Sex before marriage is wrong. Why share something that special with someone you don't love and do not plan on spending the rest of your life with? No one wants to end up with STDs or a incurable disease. God says wait, so I wait. It has made a huge difference in my marriage knowing we were each other's firsts. We have been married for five years now happier than ever.
- —Guest Eve
- After reading all the responses I have to say I am disappointed in all of you who said not to have sex before marriage because God says it's wrong. God is not stupid, and he didn't create his rules just because he wanted to. He had reasons for telling people not to do something. So instead of sitting there and using the easy excuse of "God says so" why not explain WHY God says so. I had sex before I was married and if I could go back, I would have waited. Here's my reasons: 1. I trust God, it's a personal choice, 2. I only want memories of my husband now, 3. you learn SO much about a person when having sex with him or her, is that info you want to know for the rest of your life? 4. it's not casual no matter what anyone says, 5. I want to learn and experiment with my husband, I have trust issues because of the other men, 6. there are certain things I can and cannot do now because of those other men and I don't know if I can change that ever. It's a very loaded and serious personal choice. Be wise.
- —Guest Christi