God has His will when it comes to marrying. Whether you like it or not, there will be someone who will choose to marry you and spend the rest of his/her life with you in His time. It is in the place of obedience you can find God’s blessings.
As you trust God to wait on Him, I am sure God has prepared your partner to be the best for you. Maybe not perfect but the best for you. As you go about the truth that God loves you and He will give you the best, have you also thought that God loves your partner the same as He loves you? God also wants the best for your partner.
Your spouse deserves the best. One of the problems why people easily give their virginity (especially women) is because they don’t know exactly what their partner, who will marry them, deserves. If you will set your eyes on the moment you will marry that someone who really loves you and who will really fight for you, you would know that the person deserves your best. Yes, the one you love who will truly commit to you in marriage deserves the best from you.
Your virginity is a very precious thing that you may give to your spouse. Take care of it. Reserve it for your spouse. Set your eyes on that kind of response and not on your own temporary selfish desires. Satan knows exactly what is good. And he’s working 24 hours, seven days a week to steal the good things God is blessing you with.
He is serious with His work. We always pray for God’s best in our lives. But have we prayed and asked God to make us the best person for our spouse? Are we preparing to be an answer to our spouse’s prayer? So if you think your spouse deserves it, don’t lose virginity in a thoughtless way.
Do you believe that your spouse deserves the best and not what is remained? If you love to have sex during your singleness, would you tell your spouse all the names of men/women who have slept with you? Whenever you have visitors coming to your house, what do you serve them? You serve them the best menu you have in your house. Or maybe you will even prepare and cook for them.
You will not serve them leftovers on the day of their visit. Right? What about the person who will fight for you, who will wait for you and decide to be with you for the rest of his/her life? Doesn’t he deserve to have what is best and not the leftover? Our spouse deserves to enjoy the best sex God offers. If we will set our minds that our spouse deserves the best, it will be a great motivation to keep our virginity before marriage.
Do you want to serve your virginity as a precious gift to your spouse? Give time to pray for yourself to be a blessing to your future spouse. In what ways do you consider yourself a blessing to your future spouse?