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"T' not to." ~ to quote Tow Mater from "Cars". The Word of God is quite clear about its stance on what is within and what is without the bounds of our sexuality in regards to who and what. In a nutshell, Leviticus 18 has a lengthy discourse about improper sexual relationships. But more than that, the culture of the day assumed you got married then completed the relationship with sex... not the other way around Paul lays down further guidelines throughout his letters dealing with purity and the like. I have found it helpful to think of it this way: the further you go in your sexual expression in a relationship outside of marriage, the less sexual fulfillment you will have when you do get married. This puts the ball in your court. The question is not "How much can I get away with now." The question ought to be "What shall I abstain from now to create the best sexual experience for myself and my spouse when I do get married."
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