5 Significant Reasons Why Waiting for Your Man is Worth It

Inside: We want to fit in and we want the boys to like us when we’re tweens and teens. Let’s learn the real reasons why God wants us to not have sex before marriage. He’s not punishing us, but rather waiting to bless us.
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5 Significant Reasons Why Waiting for Your Man is Worth It. We want to fit in and we want the boys to like us when we're tweens and teens. Let's learn the real reasons why God wants us to not have sex before marriage. He's not punishing us, but rather waiting to bless us. #waitingformarriage #truths #God #futurehusband #tweens #teens #heart

Parents: I’ve put together this post to help get the conversation going with your tweens and teens as part of the Raising Godly Girls series. Have your tween/teen read this and then talk about it together.


Imagine your wedding day… I’m sure you have a few times. Will it be in a church, outside, or maybe on the beach? What type of dress will you wear?

We all have thought about it or maybe even pretend played our wedding day.

It’s an important goal for many of us, and somehow on a deeper level, we’re always on the search for our prince.

Even in school, we might not want to admit it, but deep down in our hearts, we want the boy to choose us. Maybe we get frustrated by the pretty girl (you know who she is). She’s the one the boys always flock to, and she makes us feel bad about ourselves.

We think maybe if we do something, the boys will notice us.

5 Significant Reasons Why Waiting for Your Man is Worth It. We want to fit in and we want the boys to like us when we're tweens and teens. Let's learn the real reasons why God wants us to not have sex before marriage. He's not punishing us, but rather waiting to bless us. #waitingformarriage #truths #God #futurehusband #tweens #teens #heart

How Do We Try to Get the Boys to Notice Us?

Did you know that you’re right in the prime years when boys start to notice girls? The years when we start to do things that we normally might not do, all because we want the attention of boys?

We might:

  • Pad our bras
  • Wear tight shirts
  • Put on short shorts
  • Even start to wear makeup

We might tell our parents that our friends are doing it too, but the bottom line is we want to be noticed.

Sometimes, I might even say things I wouldn’t normally say just to get the attention of others (mainly the boys).

 

To read the rest of this post, continue on to Like Minded Musings’ Godly Girls Series

 

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12 thoughts on “5 Significant Reasons Why Waiting for Your Man is Worth It

  1. Hey! Lovely post. I am so glad to hear someone talking about this. As a teenager (I’m only twenty now so I remember very clearly), the whole topics of dating and sex seemed very muddy to me. I remember vividly the deep burden of feeling as if I wasn’t enough as a girl (and woman by the time I turned 18 and 19) for a guy to pay me attention. Thanks for addressing the heart issues!

  2. I love this and spoke on this often while I was youth pastoring. It’s a trap these girls fall into. I tried so hard to remind them that the type of guy who would notice them because of a push up bra is not the type of guy they want as their husband let alone boy friend.

  3. Oh, how I wish I had read something like this 25 years ago, Julie. In my late teenage years and early twenties, I saw love through the lens of the worldview. I did not put Christ first, and that affected my relationships back then. Glad to read you are sharing this Godly wisdom for the young ladies out there. When you know who you are in Christ, you won’t need a man or woman to define your worth or who you are. Thanks for sharing these insights based on biblical truths. Have a wonderful week, and God bless.

  4. Those outcomes are so different. God gives us the wisdom to keep ourselves for our spouse because He wants to keep us from heartache. He only has our best in mind. Thanks for sharing about this needed topic. Have a great week, Julie!

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