Bachelorette: Haven For Premarital Sex

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According to the Scriptures, fornication is a clear violation of the Word of God.

Equally appalling in this show is when people profess to be believers in Christ and deliberately engage in what Christ and others in the Bible prohibits.

Jesus said in Matthew 15:19 (NKJV Strong’s) “For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, blasphemies.”

In this show, the temptation for sexual immorality is very high.

The seductress and the lust-mongers are prepared to engage in sex before marriage.

This is nothing new.

People engage in premarital sex every day.

But when you see a professed believer on the show make a decision to no longer engage in fornication, and then share that belief with a person prepared to engage in fornication, according to the world, it’s a very unacceptable position.

In fact. You are judging them.

Why?

The rule of the world, when you watch this show and other like it, is to see two people engage in sex before marriage.

To refuse to follow the story line, expecting two persons to engage in premarital sex, is a violation of their progressive sexual liberality.

Fornication is the world’s gauge for marriage. They deceptively believe………good sex equal good marriage.

Sex before marriage is no guarantee that the marriage will be good.

They deceptively believe that love for each other is determined in the bedroom, before vows are exchanged.

It’s punishable by their law of sin and death if you don’t have sex before marriage, and they have a hell to put you in.

But it’s not just sexual immorality with one person.

We’re talking about multiple partners in this show.

I have to admit that I’ve never seen the show (and I won’t), but just the fact that in reading other articles about this show, it’s easy to conclude that multiple sexual partners is the standard.

But look at the harm fornication has caused.

Abortions. Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

We’ll never know the stories of some of these people that may have engaged in fornication. Whether or not a child may have been aborted. Or the sexually transmitted diseases acquired.

It’s quite possible that none of these things took place, but we’ll never know.

To take a stand against premarital sex reminds me of the peer pressure experienced when the question is asked whether you’re a virgin or not.

If you were a virgin, you were ridiculed.

Today, no matter your beliefs, no matter what the settled forever Scriptures declare, sexual immorality is covered by grace.

This is false.

Grace is not permission. 1 John 1:8-9 & 2:1-2 is not a revolving credit line of forgiveness.

Jesus didn’t die for our sins so that we could continue in sin (see Romans 6:1).

God is not demanding perfection. God demands obedience to Him and His Word.

His grace is sufficient and we’re to count in all joy when we fall into various trials and testings (see James 1:3 and 2 Corinthians 12:9).

The power and guilt of sin was removed by the Lord. As long as we walk in the Spirit, and according to the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus, we’re not condemned (see Romans 8:1-2).

Paul also said in Corinthians 11:31-32 (NKJV Strong’s) “If we judge ourselves, we would not be judged. But when we are judged, we are chastened by the Lord, that we may not be condemned with the world.”

Sin enters our lives by our permission to sin, but before sin enters, we decide to discontinue obeying Him and His Word. That’s why 1 Corinthians 10:13 is there. The Lord gives us a way of escape and will not allow temptation be beyond what you’re able….so that we’re able to bear it.

Grace is God forgiving us even though we deserve His wrath. His mercy prevents what we rightfully deserve. God is swift in mercy, gracious and kind, but when we provoke Him, and falsely assume that He would forgive us, we run the risk of abusing His patience and long-suffering.

It seriously brings into question our repentance and status as adherents of Christ. Are we crucified? Are we saved? Are we true believers? Are we truly delivered and set free? Are we practitioners of righteousness or practitioners of sin? Do we have dual citizenship, a citizen of His kingdom while being a citizen of satan’s kingdom?

Could light fellowship with darkness? (see 2 Corinthians 6:14-18).

Is there sin in heaven? Is there holy people in hell?

And this is where this bachelorette that profess to believe that Jesus doesn’t mind is wrong.

The Scriptures gives us guidance and we have the power of choice to accept or reject the Scriptures. However, professed believers do not have the right to alter the Scriptures to fit their sinning lifestyle. This encourages other young believers that engage in fornication to do the same.

The Scriptures doesn’t give us license to sin and then gives anyone permission to violate the Scriptures.

Proverbs 30:5-6 (NKJV Strong’s) “Every word of God is pure;
He is a shield to those who put their trust in Him.
Do not add to His words,
Lest He rebuke you, and you be found a liar.”

We don’t get to alter the Word.

The Word when obeyed is given to change us. We don’t change the Word.

So if you’ve seen this episode, if you’re a true believer, you see the self deception. But also you see a twisting of the Scriptures.

When you’re involved in sexual immorality, and the Scriptures are brought to bear on them and others, some of you will say, “No harm, no foul.”

And there are others that agree with them.

1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Hebrews 13:4, and Revelation 21:8 stands against you.

You could read the article from Christian Post here