I challenge your statement that "meeting people who avoid premarital sex in this modern age" is difficult in practice.Today social networks allow you to find people according to such criteria.After a lot of prayer and discussion, I came to the conclusion that I was willing and able to move forward in the relationship.Here are a few questions I considered before I made that decision: I realized that Christ had forgiven me of .But if her husband dies, she is released from the law regarding the husband.(HCSB Romans 7:2) It is not sinful to marry someone who is not a virgin. Where both party convenant with one other to be faithful all the way to the end to the other.I was (and still am) a sinner in need of God’s grace and forgiveness on a daily basis.Through this relationship, I was reminded of the fact that we are all sinners.
After I heard the news, I needed time to process it. I needed to search my heart and figure out if this was something I was willing to accept.This relationship also gave me the opportunity to demonstrate Christ’s love to this young man.I was confident that the situation had been dealt with well on his end, and I felt very free to grant him my trust and forgiveness. Not being a virgin does not make the person impure or a sinner.
not washing of hands before eating) defiles a man but what comes from the heart.
James 1:5 says that if you ask for wisdom, God will give it to you.