To help us further understand this point, I want to look to scripture.The Bible tells us that our bodies are God’s temples.Even so, many of these same students miss the point about other types of sexual activity."Actually, I think foreplay makes you stronger," says Jenny, 17.
At the reception we discovered with delight that the bride’s mother had arranged to seat all the single people at the same dinner table so we could “mingle.” “Who knows what might happen? It wasn’t long before we began a long-distance courtship, got engaged, and then married.
I remember constantly asking myself, “Does he really like me? ” I also remember reading and rereading every card to decipher any hidden encouragement that he might truly like me as much as I was growing to like him.
In fact, now I can’t believe how obvious it was that he was falling in love with me. What I know now that I didn’t realize then was that I had set some pretty strong emotional boundaries in place.
"If you can last through foreplay, and not go all the way with it, you have a lot of self-control, and that's a good thing.
Foreplay is OK for a Christian." There are many other Christian students, however, who believe sexual purity is about a whole lot more than just staying a virgin.