On Netflix, a reality dating show premiered. Participants more than blessed with their share of looks gather together in some luxurious place. Sexual energy pulses from the TV. You already know that some of these people are going to break off and end up on some flat surface somewhere until you hear the robotic voice say. “No sex allowed.” From the trailer (I haven’t watched the show) the object is to see if these people can connect with each other without the sexual aspect. It’s an interesting premise for today’s world where all sorts of sexual immorality is the order of the day. Ironic, too.
How astounding would it be then to hear there’s a gathering of the virgins rising? Where men and women accept a call to purity because it’s being obedient to the Lord? It’s not that all of them are virgins in the physical sense of the word. They’re accepting God’s call to be pure in more than just body but body and spirit.
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