(See 1 Corinthians 6:9, 13 and 2 Timothy .) If, somehow, a couple was able to maintain their physical purity while dating and still occasionally kiss, then I personally don't believe God would have a problem with that—especially if their intention was to get married soon.
If, however, they found that their kissing was beginning to cause a desire for further physical intimacy, then they should stop and abstain from physical closeness until they can be married.
Generally speaking, drive-ins have almost completely vanished, and it seems the make-out session went with them. Making out is for adults too, including couples who have been together a while.
In fact, making out can rekindle the spark between two people in a long-term relationship who are experiencing a lull in the bedroom.
Matthew says that "the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak." Why is it that our bodies rebel against our minds when it comes to sexual purity?
Simply put, God created sex to be pleasurable, that's why our bodies desire it and all the sensations that come with it.
Making out is a totally natural process, and a good kisser can make the experience so much better.
If you are married or in a long-term relationship, making out allows you to pleasure your partner in unique and interesting ways.
There is something to be said for the joy of innocence.
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The apostle Paul says that it is "better to marry than to burn with passion" (1 Corinthians 7:9).