Resources: sexual purity
I have been living with my boyfriend for the past year and now have a very strong desire to do what is right. Should I separate from him and pray that he will accept the Lord?
I have just read The Ishbane Conspiracy and Lord Foulgrin’s Letters. I have been living with my boyfriend for the past year and now have a very strong desire to do what is right. Should I separate from him and pray that he will accept the Lord? Or should I remain celibate until we can urgently get married and then try to be a 100% biblical wife, and by being Christlike he may come to the Lord? I’m also afraid he might do something irrational if I move out.
Randy would encourage you to move out and not ...
- Wed, Mar 24, 2010
- Sexual Purity
My fiancé and I have been sexually active, have repented, and really desire to be obedient to God, but continually return to the same sin.
You must recognize your vulnerability and protect yourself from situations where you are tempted.
How do I relate to my daughter when I see her now that she has chosen to move in with her boyfriend instead of abiding by our house rules?
My heart goes out to you and the pain you are experiencing. You are grieving a loss right now and I’m sure you have many mixed emotions. There is no better answer than to wait on the Lord and be immersed in His word and His promises to you.
It would be good if you could sit down with your daughter and her boyfriend and lay everything out on the ...
Question from a reader:
My sister, who is a lesbian, invited me to her wedding. I have been the “black sheep” of the family because I am a Christian. We want to show grace and love but we also stand firm in not attending. We don’t know how to decline in a way they won’t hate us and exclude us from the family. How do we decline lovingly?
As a man, husband, and more recently a father—I have struggled and struggled with sexual temptation. At my breaking point-being “tired” of the ongoing struggle and to seek support—I submitted a prayer request at a recent church leadership retreat, asking the intercessors to pray “That I would always and forever remain faithful to my wife and, never, ever commit adultery.”