Tagged: #waiting #firstkiss #love
So how long do you girls think you should wait to have your first kiss? And is there any girls waiting for your wedding day to have their first kiss? Do any of you know what the bible says about kissing?
|January 14, 2015 at 15:35|
I have already had my first kiss and I now really wish I would have waited till marriage. There is just something special about saving yourself in every way. My parents told me not to and I did it anyway. It is a hard decision to make specially when you are in a relationship with a guy and he wants that and you have to remember often it leads to more… In 1 Corinthians 7 it talks about relationships and in the back of your bible you can look it up in the glossary or Google it. Hopefully that helped a little..:) God bless u in the decision you make <3
|January 14, 2015 at 16:47|
I’ve had my first kiss. Honestly, the awkwardness of it, the unsure but tentative, “I like you, and there are sparks, but how do we do this?” vibe is kind of sweet. But hoooo lord I’d be so sad if I waited for marriage to do that, because boy was it awkward and confused and not great the first time. Kiss #3 was were we actually knew how to kiss problerly with no nose-bumping or neck-craning
|January 15, 2015 at 18:39|
I appreciate both of your opinions very much. I have been thinking about this for a while, no there isn’t any guy I am dating at the moment, but I want to know what I want before I get into a relationship. I am planning on saving myself for marriage but I was never really sure about the kissing part. I have been leaning towards waiting for my wedding day for my fist kiss. it seems more fitting for myself. Thank bothe of you very much.
|January 15, 2015 at 21:40|
P.S. I read a book once about how a couple looked at kissing as a piggy bank, when they were dating everyitime they wanted to kiss they decided to wait until for thiere wedding, so that once they were married they could unlock the piggy bank. I thought it was very sweet. Maybe I will do the same. I want it to be something special.
|January 15, 2015 at 21:44|
I like that! pretty cool! what book was it?
|January 16, 2015 at 04:10|
It was actualy a series. It’s called the christm miller series by robin jones gunn
|January 16, 2015 at 06:25|
Interesting… 🙂 I really like the books by Joshua Harris and by Eric an Leslie Ludy. They talk a lot about topics like this…
|January 16, 2015 at 07:13|
|January 16, 2015 at 18:32|
I will have to get some from the library
|January 16, 2015 at 18:33|
I think that it really depends on you and what you feel would be best in the long run. I’ve already had my first kiss, and second and third etc… all with the same guy, and I don’t regret it. No, it didn’t work out with him in the end, but our whole relationship taught me a valuable lesson and made me realize that the more involved you are physically, that will lead you to be more involved emotionally. When I realized that, I realized that I didn’t really even want to be in a relationship, where I am subject to getting hurt and going too far, until I am actually able to get married. It’s really not worth the risk. I don’t think it’s wrong to kiss a guy if you feel that your relationship is really going somewhere and that he could be the one. But just remember that the further you go physically, the more emotionally attached you will get. And also, if you want to completely 100% save your first kiss for marriage, that’s fine. It’s even better. But just know that it’s not wrong for you to kiss your fiancé or boyfriend.
|January 18, 2015 at 06:14|
I’ve heard a lot of people say that the more physical they got with their boyfriends the more emotionally attached they were, but I didn’t have that experience. My ex and I were already pretty emotionally attached before we started kissing and if anything it made me less emotionally attached. That may have just been because of the other surrounded circumstances though.
|January 18, 2015 at 12:11|
I never dated or kissed a guy,and i am proud of it,i will save my first kiss for my wedding day(if i get married).
|February 4, 2015 at 18:30|
Keep it! U are very lucky! I wish I would have waited…. my first kiss was very sweet and everything i dreamed it would be, but I wish so bad I could have my first with my husband..(if i get married:) People take things so lightly these days…
|February 4, 2015 at 21:39|
I have never believed that kissing before marriage is wrong. I think it’s perfectly alright if that’s what you want to do. I personally will be saving my first kiss for my wedding (If the Lord has a husband for me) but that is a decision that I came to with prayer and thought. It’s different for each person. Some would rather not save it, especially because they always say your first kiss is so awkward, and others will save it. Some save their first kiss for engagement, etc, etc,etc. Just remember that, in the end, it’s not even completely about having that special moment. It;s all about serving God, and being obedient to what He desires for your life. 🙂
|February 12, 2015 at 08:25|
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