A letter to the Christian women who have already given the “most valuable” part of themselves away…and the men who touch their bodies, but not their souls.

6 10 2015

Please take Rachel’s post to heart. Reblog it, share this message. Heal hearts, and transform minds. (Yes, it’s that good!)

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Rachel O'Dea ♥

As women of the world, our value is placed upon our sexuality.

We are seen as valuable because of the pleasure our body offers.

But as women of Christ, we know that our value actually lays in Him and not ourselves.

However a very popular message preached in the Church today emphasises on our value being in our sexuality, again.

“Keep yourself pure, so that the most intimate parts of yourself can be for only your future husband, and you.”

“You are like a piece of paper that continues to be scrunched up each time you have sex. By the end of it- you are still a piece of paper, but you have creases that can never be unfolded.”

“Your purity is the most important thing you have to offer as a women.”

We are told to keep ourselves pure because our viriginity is the most valuable thing we have…

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4 responses

12 06 2016
Mary

Sadly, we don’t hear this message in our churches much.

3 05 2016
Abbie

So grateful to have found your blog! I’ve used \o/ also for many years, and I love that I’ve found a kindred spirit. 😀 Thanks for sharing this post, and I’ve done the same.

3 05 2016
lessonsbyheart

Sorry there’s nothing recent here. It will be a while yet before I can write about life. Mine is still very sideways at the moment.

It’s good to know there are kindred spirits out there. \o/ I snagged the idea from someone else, and have used it since 2000, when I posted comments on Hal Lindsay’s forum. Those were the days!

Thanks for sharing this post. It’s nice to e-meet you! Can’t wait for the day when we’ll all be face-to-face. 🙂

Tami
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9 01 2016
Rachel Lavinia

Praise!

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