Monday, July 28, 2014

This World Makes Me Weep.

 When I think of how perverted and twisted this world is, I just want to cry. 
Now days purity is something which people scoff at. If you're like me and want to wait until marriage for sexual stuff, people laugh at you. And even the people who aren't mean to you for striving for purity... they're just so flippant about things which really are a big deal. 
   If you're a christian and you have sex( or anything sexual) outside of marriage, lie, or harbor anger in your heart (which means in your heart you've probably committed murder), just to name a few, I hate to break it to you, but what you're doing is wrong. It's sin and it's not okay. 

  Y'all, God doesn't ask for perfection. He simply asks for a heart sold-out for Him... and when that happens, everything else will begin to fall into place. 

  I'm not your judge and I'm not trying to be, but I do believe that as a Christian, it's my job to be bold. 
I don't pretend to be perfect. I've dealt with a lot of anger for a long time and I'm slowly getting past that. My mind is much dirtier than I wish it was, but I'm working on it. So no, I'm not pointing out the speck in someone else's eye while I ignore the log in mine. I'm working on removing my log. I just felt God telling me to step up and speak out. 

  The Bible says that when two or more stand in prayer and agreement  things happen. If we step up and be bold, and change the world. I for one am not okay with just standing by and doing nothing. I intend to do everything I can to make this world a better place for my future children. 



  1. The bible actually says nothing about waiting for marriage to have sex. It does talk alot about not giving your body away without thinking about it first, it says a lot about not fornicating. But in biblical times it was different. And you're not in the right to say that people are wrong because a pastor interpreted it to you one way. That's why people laugh. Because you're being judgmental and self righteous and you need to get off your high horse.

    1. Fornication= sex before marriage.
      Just because it's socially exceptible now and you won't get stoned for doing it, doesn't make it ok. That's all that's changed since Bible times.
      I'm not being judgmental or self-righteous. I'm incredibly flawed. I've made that clear on more than one occasion. So there's no high-horse to get off of.

    2. Despite what many (if most) people think, not *that much* has changed since biblical times.

      Regarding your comment about how the Bible "actually says nothing about waiting for marriage to have sex": there is a whole passage in 1 Cor. 6 wherein Paul writes to the Corinthians about how they needed to "shun fornication!" The Bible doesn't say much about waiting for marriage to have sex, because it is implied. Joseph was going to "set aside" (some versions say "divorce") Mary because he though she had been unfaithful (i.e. had sex before she was married AND with a guy other than...well...Joseph, the one she had promised herself.) Ephesians 5:3 speaks very clearly about sexual sins and Christ's people. ("But fornication and all uncleanness or covetousness, let it not even be named among you, as is fitting for saints." i.e. fornication and sexual sins are NOT ok...)

      I think the Bible has a lot to say about sex before marriage (Mark 7:21 (NKJV); Gal. 5:19 (NKJV); Acts 15:20 (NRSV) to name a few) and sexual sins in general.

  2. Ahna SinclaireJuly 28, 2014 9:52 PM

    Hey there! I'm new to the blog and I just wanted to say thank you for your incredible boldness honesty, but yet saying it all without (seemingly) trying to put people down.

    I totally agree with the travesty that has occurred in our society...The nonchalant acceptance of...well, whatever pleases...It's a recent conviction of mine, as a Christian, to be bolder about God's standards on such issues, especially for those who call themselves His children. I will stand in prayer in agreement about this and other issues :) You've found a prayer partner across the states! :)

    I think you're on the right track, Alana. Thanks for the encouragement :)

    - Ahna ;)

    1. Ah! I'm so glad you see the point I was tryin to get across.
      I welcome you to my blog and I thank you for stepping up and standing in agreement with me :). I hope to see more of you on here!

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    1. I'm so glad it could speak to you :).

  4. *acceptable. And the real definition of fornication isn't sex before marriage. You're not webster babe, you don't get to make up definitions.

    1. Actually, I did my homework. I'm not making up definitions.
      All I know, is this is the truth. It's up to you whether you believe it or not.
      You're in my prayers. God bless.

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