What is Virginity?

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Humanly speaking, it would mean to not have sinned in the humanist manner or way of thinking, that is, it means to not have had sexual relations or to remain intact from the sexual point of view or according to the paradigm shifts and interpretations from the different points of view of the different cultures and races throughout the world.

But for us Christians or children of God, the meaning of virginity is very different. Said another way…was Christ virgin? And what is the requirement for being able to enter the Kingdom of the Heavens? Couldn’t it be perhaps that the requirement is to be like Christ or how He was?! That is, being virgin is to be cleansed of impurities, of sins, and to not have blemishes on the soul in accordance to the express will of God.

If you wish to enter the Kingdom of the Heavens, you must be virgin and be born again. Virginity is an indispensable characteristic and unique Gift from God that he gives to all those who seek him with sincerity. God gives perfection or virginity to all who want to be born again and live a life of sacrifice like His. God gives virginity to all those who commit themselves entirely to his divine ways or to being a part of his Holy people.

Then, what is virginity? It is merely and quite simply being free of sins and having a cleansed soul before God. These are Gifts solely conferred by the sacraments that come from the body of Christ—His Church.

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May the peace of Christ be with everyone.

Virginity is to be like Christ. It’s being holy. It’s being loyal to God and his laws.
Best regards from your lowly brother Jesé Retoño.
Editorial Piedrecita.
Translation by León Jesuita.



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