The Bible talks a lot about keeping healthy boundaries, but not in the same way that secular publications talk about them.Boundaries aren’t selfish, just as taking time alone to reboot isn’t selfish.Without these things, we lose ourselves and become fueled by other people.No God-chaser should want to work only for the happiness of other people – that’s a goal that turns into a dead-end in no time.I was dressed as Audrey Hepburn and he was dressed as the Energizer bunny (when I say dressed, I mean he had two batteries taped to his back).
He says he loves me but he doesn't want to talk about the subject.
She was in church and so I witnessed a lot of things; for example: handholding, hugging, kisses on the cheek etc.
They had a bad break up and I was a witness to all of that because I was his friend at the time and helped him through some of his struggle.
You may be thinking, ‘Hang on, I’ve just found someone I really click with, and you’re telling me to put on the brakes?!
’ Not exactly – we’re not saying that you should go and put in place a ‘NO TOUCHING: EVER’ rule, but it is important to remember the ways in which we can honour God in the way we do relationships – and in turn, honour ourselves and our partner.