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I was in seminary and had just started dating my husband Jeremiah.I had a strong attraction to him spiritually, emotionally, and physically and I felt like temptations to compromise my purity were all around me.I didn’t know exactly what she meant since I wasn’t there yet, but I took her wisdom to heart.As we closed our conversation, she prayed that I would live a life of holiness, obedience, and purity in my relationship to Jeremiah.I shared with my mom how I couldn’t wait to get married so those struggles would disappear.She paused for a minute and shared a very important truth: “Samantha, even when you’re married, you’ll have to work hard at your purity.” She went on to say how new and different challenges would surface in marriage.I got off the phone determined to work hard at holding to our standards so our relationship would be set up for success void of any regrets.
We were upset from misinterpretations and unmet expectations.
We were weak and needed strict boundaries and accountability.
One morning Jeremiah and I were meeting with one of our mentors in his office.
He encouraged us that many couples struggle but don’t talk about it and he told us to keep fighting against it.
While it was intimidating to share such personal struggles, it was freeing to have his support and accountability.