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Because we didn’t kiss while we were dating, our time together was really sweet and we grew closer quickly.We were able to have fun doing different activities together and have great talks together.When we broke up after just dating for six weeks I recognized it was God’s grace that things didn’t work out for us, because if our relationship had kept together much longer I would have lost my will power to hold back and would have crossed my boundaries…and I knew once one line was crossed that I wouldn’t be able to stop.After that relationship the chorus of Song of Songs really spoke to me: “Do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires” (2:7, 3:5, 8:4).I realized that more than just saying, “I’m not going to have sex until I get married,” that I also needed to protect my mind and my body from being “aroused and awakened” to that aspect of love too soon.If you’re kissing before you’re in a committed relationship then you are demonstrating that you are both easy and that commitment doesn’t matter that much to you.

After the struggles from the first relationship, I resolved to be steadfast and pure with my second relationship.

And once that commitment is made and you are in a dating relationship, it’s important to discuss boundaries early on and keep true to them.

It’s also important to find accountability so that you won’t easily fall into temptation.

Sexual temptation didn’t cloud our budding romance.

We kept the pizza out of the room while we dated (see the sermon video below to fully get that reference).

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After we were engaged, there was a confidence that we were committed to each other. That seems like common sense, but beds are comfortable and alluring.

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