Sex outside marriage

Do you believe all kinds of sexual activity (even those considered light) are forbidden outside marriage?

What do YOU think?



  1. Timothy Luke says:

    It is wrong in God’s eyes. There is no level of sexual contact that is “light”. Why not? Because it always has an intense emotional bond that is designed for only one person. That’s what I believe, base my life on, and have zero regrets about… otherwise it is using another person and sooner or later they, and we realize it!

    • sunnstorms says:

      to Timothy Luke….Please explain the multiple wives and concubines then ๐Ÿ™‚ There is only one place in the entire bible, (and it’s in the New Testament) where the BISHOP is commanded “to be the husband of one wife”. No one else is commanded to have only one spouse.

      Many rely on traditional teachings for their beliefs, and don’t search the scriptures for Gods Truth. Most also rely on the bible as we have it today….translated from Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, Latin, Old English, and, finally, into modern English. Surely you’ve heard the phrase “lost in the translation”? God has provided us with the ability to see what was said in the original languages (Lexicons and Concordances), but very few ever attempt to learn what the scriptures actually said in their original languages, preferring instead to rely on their pastor who is also using only the mistranslated bibles, and the traditional teachings handed down from generation to generation.

      For instance, we are taught that fornication is a sin…and the churches define fornication as all sex outside of marriage. Actually, a fornicator (1Cor 6:9) is:
      ฯ€ฮฟฯฮฝฮฟฮน noun – nominative plural masculine
      pornos por’-nos: a (male) prostitute (as venal), i.e. (by analogy) a debauchee (libertine) — fornicator, whoremonger.((Lexicon))

      In other words, indiscriminate sex. The difference between a fornicator and a concubine is that one is in it for the sex (one night stand kind of thing), and the other is in a committed relationship…even without a marriage license.

      It is the church and the law of the land which says “one man/one woman”, and this breeds jealousy…a sin. If one is only allowed one partner/spouse/relationship, then jealousy enters in (he’s/she’s MINE!).

      Please, please….don’t rely on man for your knowledge! The bible (in any language) tells us…
      John 16:13
      Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.

      Thre are over 3000 denominations and splinters…all claiming to be “right”, and to follow the bible. There is only one Truth. Ask God what His Truth is, and empty yourself of all man-made rules, traditions, beliefs, and doctrines. God will lead you on SUCH a journey if you will do this. We have the promise of the Holy Spirit to teach us and to guide us. God isn’t a liar ๐Ÿ™‚

      • warrior daughter says:

        So you are saying it is ok to have sex though one is not married to the one they are having relations with????

        What is your agenda???To promote what is deceptive & to lead people toward temptations & sin , to live the way you want without any repurcussions????

        • My only “agenda” is to show people the Truth.

          You seem to think it’s “biblical” for one man to have one woman in marriage, right? Please provide me the scriptures to support your belief.

          I’m saying that, according to the original language the scriptures were written in, fornication means “indiscriminate sex” such as with prostitues, one night stands, acting like an alley cat in heat (to put it bluntly).

          Concubines were not married, but neither were they condemned. Soloman, Isaac, Jacob, and many more had multiple wives and concubines. Concubines were in a committed relationship. That’s the difference between a fornicator and a concubine.

          To “live the way I want”…or the way you or anyone wants, means something different. To me, to live the way I want is to live to serve God, and worship Jesus Christ. To someone else, to live the way they want is to be destructive (rape, theft, greed, etc). If everyone were to learn to love God and one another as we are told to, then everyone COULD “live as they want”, and God would be pleased ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Timothy Luke says:

            Deu 17:17  Neither shall he multiply wives to himself, that his heart turn not away: neither shall he greatly multiply to himself silver and gold.
            Deu 17:18  And it shall be, when he sitteth upon the throne of his kingdom, that he shall write him a copy of this law in a book out of that which is before the priests the Levites:
            Deu 17:19  And it shall be with him, and he shall read therein all the days of his life: that he may learn to fear the LORD his God, to keep all the words of this law and these statutes, to do them:
            Deu 17:20  That his heart be not lifted up above his brethren, and that he turn not aside from the commandment, to the right hand, or to the left: to the end that he may prolong his days in his kingdom, he, and his children, in the midst of Israel.

          • Deu 17:17 Neither shall he multiply wives to himself,>>>> that his heart turn not away:<<<< neither shall he greatly multiply to himself silver and gold. Do and have nothing that will turn our hearts away from God (as Solomans heart was turned aside by the idolatrous practices of his "strange" wives). Levitical priests...the Levitical Laws were written for those specific people...Levitical priests, who were a separate people from everyone else.

          • Timothy Luke says:

            Sister, I like a lot of what I am reading from you, this topic just jumped out at me, so I am sharing my thoughts, not trying to pick on you (for the record!) ๐Ÿ™‚

            You will note in the verses quoted, it is the KING who was to write all the words of the book. Solomon violated these precepts and it may have cost him his eternity.

          • sunnstorms says:

            I know that much of what I say is hard, if not impossible, for some to receive, because their church “doesn’t teach it”…but I’m more into what God teaches, than in what man teaches. I get lonely at times, because few can accept what I have to say, and I’ve lost friends over it. But, following Christ has never been about a popularity contest ๐Ÿ™‚

            I enjoy discussions like this, and welcome any comments, thoughts, and revelations you might have for me ๐Ÿ™‚

            Warrior asked what my “agenda” was, and it is basically to make people think. To make them search to be able to refute what I am saying (if possible), or to learn new things that their church doesn’t teach. To find and use ALL the tools God is making available for us to know Him, His will, His understanding, His knowledge. There are scriptures which were removed by the Catholic Church and the Council of Laodicea because they thought it “inappropriate” to teach such things, yet Jesus and the Apostles quoted from them. Odd that is the Church of Laodicea which is condemned in Revelations for being lukewarm….so, I search, I pray, and every day I ask that any ideas, beliefs, or thoughts that are not from God be cast away far from me. I want my foundation to be built upon The Rock, not the sand of men.

            Anyway, my prayer is that people not run from these discussions, but enter into them with an open mind and heart, and both learn and teach what God has to say to us all.

  2. it is wrong then it is wrong. But as for me, yes I believe it is wrong in Gods eyes as well. What are u considering “light”?

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