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That rule, trying to grow facial hair, and being prematurely overconfident about my ability to actually convince girls to come to my room are the only things I remember about my freshman year of college. “We were just trying be faithful to our boundaries” isn’t going to ease the awkwardness. I got a “Values Violation” for having my door propped open only 4.5 inches while studying with a female Spanish tutor that I wasn’t the least bit attracted to.
The Pharisees were trying to take an outside in approach to fixing problems.
Is it by living by certain rules that distinguish someone as a Christian?
When it comes to physical boundaries in courtship, we will become just like the Pharisees if we don’t understand the message Jesus tried to teach them in Mark 7.
If you think about the story of Cain and Abel, you see that they lived in a perfect world.
They never watched murder on TV, they had parents who loved them, and nobody was around to create peer pressure, and yet it came naturally to Cain to kill Abel. We are born with a propensity to please self, protect self, and promote self.
Samuel grew up in the same environment and he turned out to be a godly man. If you are courting someone and you are alone in a room together, is it the privacy that causes you to stumble with your physical boundaries? Mark says “NOTHING outside can make a man unclean, but what comes out.” Did Jesus really mean NOTHING? YES – Because a Christian is one whose heart is filled with love for God and he wouldn’t want to do anything that would be contrary to glorifying Him. Did it happen the moment he saw her bathing and chose to watch instead of turn away? Maintaining physical boundaries is simply an outward expression of your heart’s desire to flee opportunities for compromise.