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He doesn’t leave us a user manual, so what kind of kiss is this that he practically commands?

They greet me with hugs and kisses no matter how well I know them.It feels like what I think Paul was talking about—a greeting by a family member.A deep love and affirmation that says “you belong.” I think that there’s a loss in defining all kisses as sensual. Second, I Timothy 5:2 says that guys are supposed to treat us like sisters, with absolute [email protected]{font-family:'q-icons';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q-icons.q-icons.eote446cf4077ee362c.eot);src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q-icons.q-icons.woff292b41bdc86b861d1.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q-icons.q-icons.wofff1c783d9ec0bf07d.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q-icons.q-icons.ttf7fcfa28acae529ca.ttf) format('truetype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q-icons.q-icons.svgfb8266081b6dbe92.svg) format('svg');font-weight:normal;font-style:normal}@font-face{font-family:'q_serif';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular.eot651be22211d4a304.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_serif/q_serif_regular.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular.woff2be8dd97e5046f08c.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular.woff602cb4559cd94b40.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular.ttf6a775376ffc77827.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:400;font-style:normal}@font-face{font-family:'q_serif';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular_italic.eot87cc7d3939486fa9.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_serif/q_serif_regular_italic.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular_italic.woff23d04f1f5dcd10655.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular_italic.woff735184ca7de70a2f.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_regular_italic.ttfe312efcac6c9aad8.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:400;font-style:italic}@font-face{font-family:'q_serif';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium.eot216e2dc497d47d5b.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_serif/q_serif_medium.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium.woff2c2a8e1f1e8a5dbd1.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium.woff58c5448831defa13.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium.ttff41a8191a49478f7.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:600;font-style:normal}@font-face{font-family:'q_serif';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium_italic.eot96a11b644cc87ffa.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_serif/q_serif_medium_italic.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium_italic.woff23c2fe4e561db32fe.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium_italic.woff734bd7c0556f28b3.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_medium_italic.ttf007b95337d71f370.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:600;font-style:italic}@font-face{font-family:'q_serif';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_semibold.eot3e59f3042904736b.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_serif/q_serif_semibold.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_semibold.woff2058b86b37946d3b5.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_semibold.woffaf6109f2bcc668ff.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_semibold.ttfc53197838e9c8da3.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:bold;font-style:normal}@font-face{font-family:'q_sans';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_regular.eot2a769a82ec73ba56.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_sans/q_sans_regular.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_regular.woff2aec3081d36df431e.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_regular.woff6fb9efc19bbaba61.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_regular.ttf6b33c3833bed888f.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:400;font-style:normal}@font-face{font-family:'q_sans';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_medium.eote6b66c4803e9d08a.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_sans/q_sans_medium.eot? #iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_medium.woff2033b42537e732615.woff2) format('woff2'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_medium.woffdfb545e7cebd2970.woff) format('woff'),url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_sans.q_sans_medium.ttf45e6c5db304637bd.ttf) format('truetype');font-weight:bold;font-style:normal}@font-face{font-family:'q_serif_bold_italic';src:url(//quoracdn.net/-fonts.q_serif.q_serif_semibold.eot3e59f3042904736b.eot);src:url('/static/fonts/q_serif/q_serif_semibold.eot? Amidst growing pressure for a Christian girl to save her first kiss for her wedding day, I see this decision becoming something of a fad.

Very few go with the scientific term of philematology, but many of you are asking just how long you should save that first kiss.

There’s even a Facebook page you can “like” to fuel you with self-control to save that first peck.

While each and every circumstance is different and I admire many who make that choice, I’m going to suggest that in most cases it’s not the best choice and can slowly grow into an unhealthy form of legalism and pride. Just a few months ago, I was counseling a young woman who’d made the choice to save her first kiss until her wedding day.

It was more than devastating when she didn’t live up to the standard and ended up giving away much more than a kiss to a guy who was only a friend. I think, for her, the decision to save her first kiss was a legalistic choice in an effort to conform to those around her rather than a specific personal calling prompted by time in communion with God. If your choice to save your first kiss is primarily to conform to people around you, please your parents, or fit in with your homeschool group…it is an empty decision that leaves you open to powerful temptations that may leave you giving up more than just a kiss.

There are two reasons why I think a cart blanche decision to save your kiss until marriage isn’t wise.

First, we have to be careful not to make standards that are even the tiniest bit contrary to the heart of scripture. The Apostle Paul encourages us to greet each other with a holy kiss.