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A Young Person’s Letter to God 1 Corinthians 6. 12-20

Dear Friend,
I want to be completely honest with you. In the end, if you know everything there is to know about me, there isn’t much point in being anything else. I don’t mean that in an unkind, slightly hurt, ‘why have you invaded my privacy?’ kind of way. It actually helps knowing I’ve got somebody who understands absolutely everything about me, who knows what a pain I can be sometimes and still loves me, who sees all my confusion and mixed motives and doesn’t run away.

It’s relationships I wanted to talk to you about – physical relationships. Ever since I started taking an interest in going to Church, in talking to you, in developing the spiritual side of my life I’ve had this nagging problem in the back of my mind. It lurks there and won’t go away. The issue is this…I can’t escape the thought that if you are what you say you are then you’re interested in absolutely every single bit of my life, all of it. I’ve been hedging around the relationships part of that for a long time. God – the pressure is huge…immense…crushing.


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