Being a Christian, we are allowed to date and go out with people we see as potential husbands. So I know there are set of rules that we are taught, the doâ€™s holding hands, and donâ€™ts (sex) of Christian dating.But a friend of mine recently told me that, he doesnâ€™t kiss at all. I donâ€™t blame him, thatâ€™s his decision. After all God teaches that if your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off, Matthew 5:30.
Can kissing ever be an immoral act? I donâ€™t know.
But I do know that everything that makes me feel uncomfortable is probably wrong. If my partner who is not my husband holds me and kisses me in a way that makes me feel guilty or uncomfortable, then itâ€™s probably wrong.
To be precise, I wouldnâ€™t want a man to touch my breast and v-j then that would be uncomfortable to me and I wouldnâ€™t want that.
That is because I am woman and I have feelings and I donâ€™t want to pretend to be strong and end up with my clothes on the side of the bed. I donâ€™t want to think and desire what comes after kissing.
So any feeling that makes me feel like I have violated my body and Godâ€™s standards then that is probably immoral to me.
So do you set limits on how your partner should hold or kiss you? Do you like a friend of mine quit and say â€“ No more kissing?