How are you? No, not everyone is having sex. Although the media and people in schools may make it seem that everyone is having sex, there are as many Christian teenagers (and non-Christians) waiting to get married. Just because everyone is doing this, it will only put pressure on peers. It needs a stronger person, or someone supported by God’s power, to resist temptation. When you can withstand peer pressure, you are actually saving yourself from crime and being a good Christian witness to other teenagers around you. Sex is a big problem. Ask any Christian teenager who has had sexual conflict before. Extra-marital sex can lead to many emotional and spiritual struggles. This is one of the reasons why God emphasizes gender and relationships in the Bible. Sex is a beautiful act in a marriage contract. It means more than just an act. Some people use the term “technical virgin” when describing sexual behavior. Usually, this means that the person has no sexual activity and involves infiltration. Virginity is more than that. Virginity is not a state of mind, but it is a conscious choice, not involving one’s own sexual behavior, until after marriage. Usually, if someone wants to justify sex, they can use this excuse. Sex and love are very different, but they complement each other. If you’re in love, that doesn’t mean you should have sex. Sex is an act. Love is an emotion. They are very different. Mixing them is dangerous. You should never feel that you have to have sex with someone just because you want to show them that you love them. There are many non-sexual ways to express your love for someone. Premarital sex is a sin. Sin is sin. However, it’s dangerous to think that sex is a minor crime or an equivalent crime because it puts you in a state of mind where you make bad choices. Sexual sin is still a contempt for God, and sin is unacceptable. Yes, you can be forgiven, but you have to endure the crimes you committed. If you are not prepared to deal with sex emotionally, it will be very difficult. Oral sex is a sexual act. Just because Christian teenagers don’t have sex in the textbook way, it’s still a sexual act that connects men and women. The third foundation, also known as “re-touching”, is a big problem because it can lead to other things. It is not only a form of sexual behavior, but also leads to sexual intercourse. Christian teenagers are prone to fall into this state, forgetting any desire to remain abstinent. Crime is tempting. It is not always accompanied by warnings or signs of cessation. Entering the third base may be a dangerous area. God’s will can overcome any temptation. If you think you have the ability to overcome any temptation alone, you are asking for trouble. People are famous for sinning, especially when they are overconfident in themselves. Christian teenagers need to pay attention to God and allow God to help them set boundaries so that they can resist temptation. The Bible is full of useful advice in dealing with temptation, and it can be a useful tool.