As ridiculous as it sounds, many Christians grow up thinking that they will magically become sexual when they get married.Before marriage, their sexuality should lie dormant.Engaging with sexually stimulating movies, websites, romance novels and television shows is like willingly giving Satan a piece of your mind and your heart.It may seem "harmless" but will lead you down a path that may ultimately compromise the potential of a pure sexual relationship in the future. No matter what horrible thoughts come into your mind, they do not have to define you.Lie #3 – Sexual purity is about whether or not you have sex. I've heard from scores of strong Christian women who have indulged in "mommy porn," viewing it as nothing more than a guilty little pleasure.I've read the trilogy and am quite astounded that a Christian can read this material without great conviction.
Lie #1 – Single Christians aren't sexual (or at least they aren't supposed to be).Jesus talked about how we will mourn and long for the Bridegroom when He is not with us. Your married friends are free to have sex, but that doesn't mean they aren't struggling with porn, fantasy, images from the past, extramarital flirtations, and conflict over sex in marriage.