If you let all of your hurt, anger, and sense of injustice build up inside of you, you’re going to take it out on them whether you intend to or not. You’ll get irritable and won’t tell them what’s wrong.
And maybe one day you’ll snap and call them a whore or accuse them of not taking sex seriously, etc.
Or maybe you're the one who made a mistake in your past and your virginity is gone.
Maybe you're wondering, "Will any Christian still want to marry me?
The twin emotions of judged when you feel the weight of your partner’s regret and struggle to process what their sins mean for you.Assuming they weren't childless for lack of trying, this would not only not forbid the brother to marry a non-virgin, but require him to.I challenge your statement that "meeting people who avoid premarital sex in this modern age" is difficult in practice. Not being a virgin does not make the person impure or a sinner. not washing of hands before eating) defiles a man but what comes from the heart." It hurts God deeply when we sin, though sexual sins are especially damaging because not only do they hurt God, they also hurt us and those we love (like potential spouses).Even though God puts our sins as far from us as the east is from the west when we have repented of our sin and put our lives in Christ's hands (Psalm 1), people still have long memories and hold grudges.For some reason, the modern sitcom seems to be the only venue that openly addresses the dark awkwardness of a dating partner’s sexual past.Television can make such a history into a lot of things — meaningless, devastating, even humorous.But it cannot redeem it, at least not in any truly deep and lasting way.But the gospel offers real grace for the heart reeling that can happen from finding out about a boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s sexual past.