I am 25, still a virgin, and don't have kids like most women in Alabama. Is God punishing me?
- zenoLv 66 months agoFavorite Answer
Maybe he is preparing you to be a mom by
Having you deal with pain and emotional
Issues now so your more grounded and
Can't handle fussy kids and other issues
That comes with having them. It's not all
Fun or loving or warm. It's stressful and
Lots of work raising and providing for kids.
- 6 months ago
Do you even want to be like most women in Alabama? Come to Massachusetts. You can just be who you are, and tell anyone who doesn’t like it to mind their own business.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Still being a virgin is strictly up to you.
- 6 months ago
God wants you to enjoy your youth date, explore the world. In time when you do have these other commitments, you will enjoy them too. Many young people do not enjoy youth or single life. The children they have suffer the effects of this. Enjoy life as you have it.
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- Elaine MLv 76 months ago
I know a male virgin who's over 60 and two female virgins over the age of 55. None of them felt like they were left out or 'different'.
- jon pikeLv 76 months ago
It doesn't work that way.
- choko_canyonLv 76 months ago
Maybe he's rewarding you by not turning you into one more obese, polyester-wearing bovine with 8 screaming children. Did you consider that?
- 6 months ago
You aren't sinning if you aren't fornicating, adultering, and having kids out of wedlock. God wants you to control yourself and preserve yourself for marriage.
You should ask the Lord to take your drive away and keep you till you get married.Source(s): Christian.
- BJLv 76 months ago
Answer: Jesus did not command his followers to have children. Neither did any of Jesus’ disciples issue any such directive. Nowhere does the Bible explicitly condemn birth control.
Married couples, or non married therefore, are free to decide for themselves whether they will raise a family or not.
They may also decide how many children they will have and when they will have them.
If a husband and wife choose to use a nonabortive form of contraception to avoid pregnancy, that is their personal decision and responsibility. No one should judge them. Romans 14:4, 10-13.
The Bible says children should be loved, cared for, and reared according to godly principles, but nowhere does it state that each act of sexual intercourse should provide the opportunity for a child to be conceived.
It does not mention birth control to limit the size of a family within marriage.
- guitarrman45Lv 76 months ago
God doesn't punish His children for obedience. Virtue is starting to become a bad thing in this old dark world. But in the light of God, you have nothing to hide and abide under His wing. Stay true to yourself and to God by praying to Him. He will listen. Open your heart to Him and He will hear you.