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Does God Restore Your Virginity

Does God restore virginity once you have lost it to lust of the flesh? Is there hope that a women can find a good Christian man that won't judge her on her past for not being pure anymore?

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strongax, that is a mistranslation to capitalize the first initial of the word son in this verse, for the original is not capitalized, and therefore Jesus is not refering to himself. lit Gk: "Around now what day or what hour none see, neither the angels who in air, neither the son, except the Father. Look, watch, and pray, for not see when that time stands." Mark 13:32,33. Also we are told exactly when he is coming in Matthew 24:4-51+ I Thessalonians 5:4-11+ II Thessalonians 2:1-12+ Revelation 6.
---Eloy on 4/29/10


You said: my Jesus says of himself that he himself is Almighty, and he also proves he is true

This is not always true. Otherwise, Jesus could never have said this:
Mark 13:32
"But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father."

Here, he said that the Father has a power (i.e. foreknowledge) that Jesus himself did NOT possess.
---StrongAxe on 4/27/10

Let's just say for agreement sake that God would restore the physical aspect of virginity. That would be wonderful. However, if the guilt and condemnation (the first result of the fall and Adamic in nature) is still hanging out at the supper table, then what good is the physical restoration? That is why Jesus very often paired forgiveness of sin and healing together....and it continues to be emphasized in the New Covenant. The renewing of the mind is of such importance that if it does not take place, there is no transformation and the physical healing is of no use except for those who would judge after the flesh to begin with. It is far more beneficial and eternal to have the purity of mind and thought paired with the physical proof of it.
---Linda on 4/27/10

Peter, you can look this up in a strong's concordance. My interlinear shows thelo as strongs number 2309. "thelo" here comes from the Hebrew word "hilwl", which means "rejoicing", "merry", as in Judges 9:27: "And they went out into the fields, and gathered their vineyards, and trampled, and rejoiced. Jesus was saying that he was not joyful, but rather he was crying and sorrowful in the garden onto death. He who is holy and knew no sin, was now going to take sin upon himself and be killed.
---Eloy on 4/27/10

To answer the blog question, no, God does not restore virginity once it's gone. However, yes, there is not only hope, but a positive expectation that a good Christian man will not judge the sins of the past of a woman.

A believer in Christ knows that his/her sins are forgiven, and they both are a new person in Christ.

Along this line, some Christian teachings are that not only are sins forgiven, but somehow the ramifications on earth somehow disappear. In contrast to this teaching, if one has stolen, God forgives, but they need to pay it back.
---Rod4Him on 4/27/10

\\When Jesus was praying in the garden, he did Not say, Not my will be done, for that is a mistranslation of the Greek word qelw, transliterated, "thelo", which means "joy" in this passag\\

You have made it abundantly clear on numerous occasions, Eloy, that you know nothing about Greek.

Monothelitism is a Christological heresy, saying that Jesus did not have a human will. It comes from the word "mono" or "single" and "thelo" or will.
---Cluny on 4/27/10


...not as I joy, but as you joy.

whatever, eloy...what preceded that is "if possible..." but it was not possible considering the joy of the Father.

If 'everything' is possible, then why not grant His Only Son's prayers and save man?
---aka_joseph on 4/27/10

I'm surprised that there are people who actually think that the presence or absence of a bit of tissue that can erode by non-sexual means and that some females are not even born with has anything to do with virginity.

Virginity, in the first instance, is the state of not having had sexual intercourse. Period.

A hymen may grow back or be otherwise restored, but this does NOT change the past.

In the second instance--or maybe even primary instance--it's a condition of purity and chastity in the heart and spirit.

THIS is what is more important.
---Cluny on 4/27/10


You say that God can do anything, I say that He can do anything according to His own will.

Jesus answered...Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

If God can do anything, as you describe it, He does not have to follow His own imperative.

Where is the false witness?
---aka_joseph on 4/27/10

Eloy: you commented "thelo", which means "joy" in this passage.

As a Greek speaker, having studied the ancient (1AD) Greek, I have not found this meaning of that word,and neither have my friends who know ancient (Periclean) Greek

Could you comment where you get that meaning from?
---peter3594 on 4/27/10

The KJV New Testament Greek Lexicon


Strong's Number: 4982
Original Word Word Origin
sw/vzw from a primary sos (contraction for obsolete saoz, "safe")
Transliterated Word TDNT Entry
Sozo 7:965,1132
Phonetic Spelling Parts of Speech
sode'-zo Verb

1. to save, keep safe and sound, to rescue from danger or destruction
1. one (from injury or peril)
1. to save a suffering one (from perishing), i.e. one suffering from disease, to make well, heal, restore to health
2. to preserve one who is in danger of destruction, to save or rescue
---Linda on 4/27/10

2. to save in the technical biblical sense
1. negatively 1b
3. to deliver from the penalties of the Messianic judgment 1b
4. to save from the evils which obstruct the reception of the Messianic deliverance

King James Word Usage - Total: 110 vb save 93, make whole 9, heal 3, be whole 2, miscellaneous 3

As you can see, by definition "saved" includes a host of benefits that the very body of Christ continues to argue over because it is easier to argue than it is to be challenged to truly believe in the heart.

Psalms 103
1 Peter 2:24
Isaiah 53
Psalms 107:20
Matthew 12:15
Ex. 15:26
Ps. 30:2
Prov.3:8, 4:22
3 John 1:2
---Linda on 4/27/10

aka Joseph, I do not misuse any verse, but you misjudge and lie because you lack faith in God. I reiterate, my Jesus says of himself that he himself is Almighty, and he also proves he is true. And you blaspheme and bear false witness, because you do not believe that Jesus Christ indeed is Almighty God and can do All things.
---Eloy on 4/26/10

When Jesus was praying in the garden, he did Not say, Not my will be done, for that is a mistranslation of the Greek word qelw, transliterated, "thelo", which means "joy" in this passage. Thus Jesus prayed in the garden, saying, lit.Gk: "Father of me, if possible to be let pass from me of this cup: evenso not as I joy, but as you." Matthew 26:39. You see the will of Jesus Christ is the exact same will as the Father, because Jesus is Father God. Jesus says, "The person that sees me sees him that sent me." John 12:45.
---Eloy on 4/27/10

strongax, I have not had an occassion to pray for a woman's virginity. But I have prayed for a dead infant which came back alive, and for a college professor stricken with terminal aids who was completely healed, and for other things which my Jesus gladly performed. Jesus himself made me born-again twice, all over again, hallelujah! and Jesus also totally healed me when I was dying, and the only medicine known to man did not work. So I have no doubt that Jesus Christ can do absolutely all things. For indeed, "The things which are unpossible with humans are possible with God". For with God nothing will be unpossible.
---Eloy on 4/27/10

"With humans this is unpossible, but with God All things are possible." -Eloy 4/23/10

In the verse before the one you misuse, it says: "...who can be saved?" To which Jesus replies, "With man IT is impossible, for all things are possible with God." "It" refers to salvation and salvation is God's will. Therefore "all things [in Gods will] are possible with God"

Jesus cried out, "My Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me, nevertheless, not as I will, but as you will." Because of God's will, it was IMPOSSIBLE for God to grant His Son's prayers.

If you do respond , please remember your God said, "What you do to the LEAST of...
---aka_joseph on 4/26/10

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On a related note, there was a story on Sunday (April 25) on BBC Radio 4 (also available on their web site) about a new and growing "virginity industry" in Paris - where women clandestinely go to doctors to have their physical virginity restored surgically. They are typically from Muslim cultures, although due to BBC's "political correctness", they are careful not to say this, even though it is quite evident from the article.

In cultures where there is no forgiveness, even when someone repents a past ill deed, the only way out for some people is through this kind of deception. However, within the Body of Christ, where forgiveness is key, such superficial physical evidence should not be necessary.
---StrongAxe on 4/26/10


While God COULD restore one's virginity if he wanted to (and could do many other things as well), there is no occurrence in the Bible where he has ever done this. Can you cite any documented and corroborated anecdotal evidence of this happening in more recent times?
---StrongAxe on 4/26/10

Does God restore virginity once you have lost it to lust of the flesh?


God grants forgiveness but does not take away the consequences of sin. He took away the penalty of sin not the consequences.
---larry on 4/25/10

aka Joseph and Donna: aka Joseph, When a virgin has her first intimate "connection" with a man her hymen is broken, and thereafter is known to no longer be a virgin. Donna, God not only has the power to create a human being, but he also has the power to re-create and to restore a person to their former estate: for God, my God, is Almighty: he is not Some mighty, but All-Mighty.
---Eloy on 4/25/10

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aka Joseph and Donna: aka Joseph, When a virgin has her first intimate "connection" with a man her hymen is broken, and thereafter is known to no longer be a virgin. Donna, God not only has the power to create a human being, but he also has the power to re-create and to restore a person to their former estate: for God, my God, is Almighty: he is not Some mighty, but All-Mighty.
---Eloy on 4/25/10

I believe that if a virgin turns to Jesus, and if for whatever reason her virginity is a relevant issue, then my almighty Jesus is more than able to answer her prayer and cause her hymen and fourchette to once again be intact.
---Eloy on 4/26/10

Question, Why would God restore a women's Hymen. so she can lie about her past? in what way does that honour God?
i married a woman that erred before she repented, i myself was a virgin when i married her, but that only says i did nt have sex, for in reality if one needs to count the Xrated films and magazines i read before i repented, then i was not a virgin at all
However,i know she is a repented sinner ( as am I). let's face it in these days of freesex it is verry hard to find anyone who never sinned in this area.
---Andy3996 on 4/26/10

Eloy -- There is no doubt that God could phyisically restore a hymen! But would He? Who can say?

All the miricles you mention (with the exception of drowning Pharoahs army and sending fire and brim stone) were done to correct situations that persons did not knowingly bring upon themselves.

Out of His mercy He could restore a hyman, but He doesn't often reward irresponsible behavior.
---Donna66 on 4/25/10

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First, it was virginity. Now, it is restored hymen. Classic blogging! I believe in physical restoration. But, just because the hymen was restored, does not mean virginity was restored.

Now, address what I wrote. I gave you that courtesy, which was "Everything is possible for God." I believe that is true also, but within His own parameters.
---aka_joseph on 4/25/10

aka Joseph, The Lord God Jesus easily put a man's severed ear back on the side of a man's head, but yet you do not have enough faith to believe that God is able to restore a woman's broken hymen. How little faith you have in the Almighty.
---Eloy on 4/25/10

While God forgives sins, he usually does not undo the physical consequences of those sins. For example, if you murder someone and then repent, the victim doesn't suddenly come back to life again.
---StrongAxe on 4/24/10

LOL. NO! Once a person loses their virginity they can't"redo" it or take it back. it is done. I agree, God can forgive,but won't take you back in time to do things over, gotta move on.
---candice on 4/24/10

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Eloy, based on your response, I doubt you gave my response any serious consideration. Since I've been blogging, I notice that several bloggers go back and forth and never seem to address what the other has written...spiritual ADD, I guess...or maybe we read what what we want for our own purposes.

Anything is possible for the Lord and the Lord has enough wisdom to stay within His own parameters that He created. Otherwise he is a liar.
---aka_joseph on 4/24/10

If you are pregnant due to a sinful relationship, and you repent of that relationship, will God make you no longer pregnant (before 9 mo. is up)?
---Donna66 on 4/24/10

Cluny, I will add to Vizzini's advice in the movie and book "Princess Bride", "never get involved in a land war in Asia...[and]Never go in against a [RCC or Orthodox], when [virginity] is on the line."

If I had to chose, I would choose a land war in Asia. :~)
---aka_joseph on 4/24/10

aka Joseph, "big hat?" My Lord God Jesus himself declares, "I Am The Almighty". And he is worthy in proving his words. Did he not miraculously cause ninety year old Sarah to become pregnant and bring forward a child? Mary whom was a virgin to become pregnant and bring forward himself? Cause the blind to see, the deaf to hear, the dumb to speak, the crippled to walk, the demon-possessed to be cast out, and the dead to rise again? Turn the water into wine, the oil to not cease, the manna to fall from heaven, the money to appear in the fish, and the fig tree to wither? Did he not miraculously walk on top of the water, part the Red Sea and drown the armies of Pharaoh, stay the sun in the sky, and rain down fire and brimstone?
---Eloy on 4/24/10

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When you are "born again" and repent, you become a new creation. "Old things have passed away. All things become new". When you are cleansed by God and absolved of past mistakes, you are able to start over. Your past no longer matters. Jesus came to save sinners and everyone has done things that they are not proud of so do not feel alone. I don't see a need for you to focus upon the negative part of your past in your conversations especially if you feel that you will be judged. Sounds like you need to forgive yourself. God has already forgotten your past mistakes as the Bible teaches. Yes, there is hope for you to find a Godly partner:) Peace to you:)
---jody on 4/24/10

No, GOD does not restore one's "physical" virginity. But, HE does restore one's soul after it has been marred by said lost. When that one has repented and begins walking in GOD's Ways. Hope, then, is restored. HE makes all things new for those who follow HIM.
---Gordon on 4/24/10


In the verse before the one on which your big hat hangs, the disciples ask, "Then who can be saved?" To which Jesus replies, "With man it is impossible, for all things are possible with God." "It" refers to salvation and salvation is Gods will, therefore "all things [in Gods will] are possible with God"

Jesus cried out, "My Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me, nevertheless, not as I will, but as you will." Because of Gods will, it was NOT possible to grant His Sons prayers.

Jesus said, You MUST be born again. It sounds like there are no other possibilities.

Again, verses taken out of context for man's vain purposes.
---aka_joseph on 4/24/10

St. Mary of Egypt was a notorious harlot who repented.

In icons of saints, she is depicted among the virgin martyrs.

Perhaps she was not physically a virgin.

But she achieved virginity of the spirit by her great repentance and love for our Lord Jesus Christ.

Isn't this more important?
---Cluny on 4/23/10

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Joseph, exactly, for a supernatural miracle is a supernatural miracle. My God is proven The Biggest God, but is your God big enough? "With humans this is unpossible, but with God All things are possible."
---Eloy on 4/23/10

Come on, Eloy... are you really trying to equate restored life with restored virginity?

Restored virginity is wishful thinking that has nothing to do with a truly repentant sinner. If lost virginity could be restored, the I can say of my divorce that I was never married, because Jesus restored me.

Plus, if a person contracts AIDS while "giving away her flower", once her virginity is "restored", how does she explain the AIDS now?

Like Donna66, said there are consequences to our past behavior, and if you want to receive a "Mulligan" or do over, you are in fact denying the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.
---aka_joseph on 4/23/10

I am witness to the dead coming back to life, the fatally diseased being completely healed, the weather instantly changing for help, and money appearing when needed: yes, my God can do anything, indeed Jesus is ALL-Mighty.
---Eloy on 4/23/10

Oh, what a good question! And oh my goodness sakes. What human-being which God has created and knows about the "fall of Adam",and Knowing their Savior, and understanding why He came, is perfect. So, the answer to your question is a resounding, YES. God does restore what Satan has stolen, includng your virginity. Look-up.
---catherine on 4/22/10

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No. God does not physically RESTORE your virginity. You cannot roll back the consequences of what you have done. Jesus can give you a new life and a new heart. But the physical effect of your actions remains with you.
---Donna66 on 4/21/10

If the significance of the question is to attempt to stigmatize or associate some sense of religious or moralistic rightousness with the keeping of one's virginity, good luck with that notion. Because until such time as you've made Jesus Christ your Lord & Savior, you are Dead virginity intact or not. I believe as a Sprit Filled, Born Again Christian I am made rightous & whole before the eyes of God. Regardless, All things are made possible through Jesus Christ. As for a good Christian man that won't judge?, seems to me to be a contradiction in terms, and if such is found to be the case you need to move on. Remember, "let he who is without sin cast the first stone."
---jesse on 4/21/10

The bible speaks not only physical adultery more often the bible is spiritual book so more on spiritual. Jesus told that when we have lust in our eyes...we already commuted adultery at heart

MATTHEW 5:28 But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart.
You are asking if there is a hope to fine Sincere Man for a woman lost physical virginity. Of course, absolutely there is Hope. Read Love story of Boaz and Ruth, Ma. Magdalene, Rahab, ect...but most important when God change our hearts.

---ROSALIE on 12/18/09

No, there's no such thing as a born-again virgin. He forgives, but the consequences of sins stay with the offender. However, I find men more tolerant and understanding in this issue than women. Most of them can't wait to lose their virginity and purity to women other than their actual spouses from God anyway. For 99.9% of chance you'll marry a man much worse than you, why worry? I know, however, that I'll never truly respect and love a man who's given himself away to another. A diamond is only valuable for its purity and rarity.
---Jacquelyn on 12/17/09

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If you meet a man that is not willing to let your past be in the past than he is not a "good Christian man" and is still a babe himself, not examining his own sins. Pray for him and move on because that attitude would give you problems in the future anyway.

God restores and cleanses you to be white as snow, Virgin Snow!

I think most people struggle more with forgiving themselves for their past than they do with God restoring them.

When you come to Christ, you are a new creature, that old person no longer exists. They are dead and buried along with their sinful deeds.

Go forth and enjoy your new life!
---Bob on 11/14/09

Oh good grief! What's to "forgive" of something someone has done before they ever met you? My fiancee did one of the worst things I've ever heard of (while drunk) years before we met--it is NOT my place to "forgive" him for it--it was before I came around. See my point anyone?
---Mary on 11/14/09

The answers many bloggers here have given are how God feels about her situation. And they imply that her husband should be able to respond like God. Easily said but not so easily done. Many men ( and they can be good Christian men) cannot easily forgive or forget. It can cause years of silent and not silent suffering. The resentment can grow and it can wane. It seems to me that according to scripture sexual sin is differentiated from other sins. Is the word "non virgin" used in the new testament? If not what words are used for a non virgin? Best of God's blessing to you young lady.
---Wichita on 11/13/09

God forgives sin, but there are consequences for ones actions. Practically speaking, the preparation for a Godly relationship is made more difficult for those people. It is proper though to consider the past relationships, repent, apologize as needed, break the 'soul ties' (or longing for other people), and renew ones' mind - learning Gods' ways. Deliverance is sometimes needed. I've heard of several cases where God has healed, or rebuilt, the structure, and of one case where God has restored the hymen.
2Corinthians 5:1-21, Ephesians 4:17-32, Colossians 3:1-17.
---Glenn on 10/31/09

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Heather, your words are untrue and you deny the power of God. The natural person receives not the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to that one: neither can know that one, because they are spiritually discerned.
---Eloy on 10/31/09

Yes, God restores one's virginity. As Christians we are Christ's bride, and being holy, perfect, and just, God cannot marry a sinner (or a prostitute, the term God occasionally uses in the OT for those who sell their lives for the possessions of this world), which is what we are because of our sinful nature and actions. Therefore the blood of Christ cleanses us from all sin, making us holy and perfect. He restores to his Bride the virginity that was lost so that she is perfectly radiant and worthy to be his Bride. Therefore if a man can't love whom God loves, then find another man!
---Jason on 10/28/09

many times I wish God would restore MINDS.soooo many seem brain dead.
---tom2 on 8/24/09

I have heard testimonies of restored virginity - I think it depends on the situation whether God will choose to do it or not - but to question whether God can or whether he ever does is, I think, to question your faith and knowledge of Him and relationship with him at all. He is without limits. Eloy, your faith and wisdom are beautiful to behold - and Heather, does he not perform miracles in the physical realm? Did he not come to live and suffer among us in the physical realm? He's not removed from the physical - that strikes me as heresy to think so.
---kirsten on 8/23/09

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Tami:-Dear lady you are comparing 2 separate things.Virginity and sin.Virginity is a tear in the fabric of ones body like a flesh wound which leaves a life long SCAR Sin is a transgression against God.He forgives and forgets and your soul is made clean.Virginity once lost is never restored All young women and men should Know and treasure this thought.
---Mic on 1/15/09

You will always have the consequences of your actions because they cannot be totally physically removed so easily to speak.

You sinned you repented and so those sins you repented of are removed, but the memory of it will only affect you when you come to marry trusting you never married or that your husband is dead as you give no indication where you are coming from.

However we serve God not in the flesh, but in the Spirit and he seeks such to worship. So what happened in the flesh is put under grace and you now have a new life Spiritually in Christ.
---Carla3939 on 1/15/09

Once you have given that away you can not get it back. God forgives us and he forgets that sin, but thats one thing that we will never get back
---Tyler on 1/14/09

God will restore virginity. He is a God of restoration of all sins. He is all POWER, MERCY, GRACE because he LOVES, as we bring glory to him by the testimony of our mouth through JESUS. We are all sinners saved by God's grace. He ponders our heart and moves upon our faith. Whatever our sin is, shall be wiped away as far from the east is to the west. Many are dominated by evil spirits that bind us and it is only through PRAYER & POWER that our ONE TRUE FATHER shall deliver us...but only through the blood of the lamb - JESUS CHRIST! Jesus is the TRUTH, the WAY, and the LIFE and NO man shall reach GOD but only through JESUS. In all that you do (no matter your transgressions) do all in prayer, supplication and thanksgiving - in Jesus' name.
---Tami on 1/13/09

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I have to agree with Alan "what is lost is lost in the respect of virginity".However mistakes are Forgiven by God and He does forget once forgiven.So the soul is clean and acceptable to any grace which he wishes to bestow.He is a God of Compassion and Mercy.
---Emcee on 4/25/08

Absolutely. If you have lived a good moral life, after you were saved [celibacy] your virginity has been restored. I am not sure if I can answer your question completely. If you fall into sexual sin after you are saved is something else. I am not going to lie, it is serious.
---catherine on 4/25/08

I think God is more interested in the Spirit than the body. Give your spirit to Him, and then your body will be pure in His eyes. Refrain from further offending God. Don't fall for the lies of the devil that tell you eg once you have sinned you are forever guilty and may as well continue in your sin. If you repent God has forgiven and forgotten. Don't let the devil keep reminding you. Put your sin under the blood of Jesus Christ.
---frances008 on 4/24/08

Chi Chi ... We ALL sin.
In God's eyes, sins are not graded or scaled.
Losing your virginity is no "worse" than the time you stood back from helpng a needy person.
Physically you will not recover your virginity, but in God's eyes you will again be a virgin once you have asked for.
And if your future husband truly loves you he will forgive you.
---alan_of_UK on 4/24/08

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how do u deal with virginity lost whilest you are christian. is there anything you can do to restore before marriege? help
---Chichi on 4/24/08

our God is not a God who fails to do the impossible.. He will restore virginity.. and He will give to us the best spouse.. because He loves us.
---AsD= on 2/20/08

Yes, I believe God can restore ones virginity. Stay faithful to God let Him control every aspect of your life and you are a virgin in every sinse of the word. You feel pure if you belong to Jesus then you are pure in the sight of God. I hope that this answers your question.
---catherine on 10/9/07

No. Once virginity is gone, it's gone. A Good Christian man, a real Christian man, one who loves the Lord, will not judge the past. Knowing that he has a past as well, we all do. And if he does judge the past, and holds the sin of unforgiveness, then I would question his stand.
---anon on 10/9/07

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If someone bites your ear off in a boxing match, (or your nose), will sewing it back on bring restoration? The scar will still be there.
---R.A. on 10/24/06

steve has it right. if a murderer in jail gets saved, well, he's still a murderer in jail.
---r.w. on 10/21/06

Eloy, I'm sorry, but you're way off base on this one. Virginity is physical; God is metaphysical (or spiritual if you prefer that specific word). Yes, a person can reclaim their spirituality and gain God's forgiveness after giving up their virginity but once you're virginity is gone that's all there is to it. We get ONE SHOT at giving it to the right person and that's it.If God gave back a person's virginity it wouldn't be an issue ever mentioned much less stressed in His Word.
---Heather on 8/3/05

While I don't want to "box God in" by stating He can't do it, don't recall anyplace in scripture, or in anyone's life that this has been done. Second part of your question: "yes", there are Christian men out there who won't judge you for your past - as long as you have repented and havn't regressed.
---Ray on 8/3/05

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, virginity is, by definition, something you cannot get back once it's gone. God forgives completely, but he doesn't erase your choices. so, if you married while you were unsaved, don't think you can abandon your spouse for a christian now.
---steve on 7/9/05

yes he can, and there is hope. i have had many personal miracles done in my life. We serve a God who himself was born from a virgin, turned water into wine, healed all manner of disease, reattached a severed ear, healed the leper, made the blind see, the deaf hear, the lame walk, the possesed cleansed, the lost saved, the dead raised, walked on top of the water, calmed the storm, etc. i don't put anything past him. To him who believes, all things are possible with God.
---Eloy on 7/8/05

God can and will restore us whenever we have fallen to the flesh. Coming to him as our loving Father he will openly receive us again and again with his unfailing love. Allow the Lord to send your husband to you.
---Donna6946 on 7/8/05

You've asked a good question. There is a famous Eastern saint, Mary of Egypt, who was a notorious harlot. Yet she repented and achieved a high level of mysical prayer, when she was seen to levitate during it. In icons, she is numbered with the "Choir of Virgins."

One can be as filthy as a pig pen, and still physically a virgo intacta. And then there's Mary of Egypt.

In other words, purity is something INTERNAL. God looks at the heart.
---Jack on 7/8/05

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Sadly many Christians put sexuals sins at the top of their list when it comes to deciding purity in another person. Sin is sin is sin. No one is sinless. If someone judges you because of sexual sin you can be sure they have sins in their lives that they are keeping quiet about.
---Xanthi on 7/8/05

No, once you've given your virginity away it's gone forever, but, yes, you can find a Christian man who will look beyond any mistakes you've made in the past, the question is if that's what God has planned for you.
---Heather on 7/8/05

Once we are born again ,we have a new birth in Christ and our virginity is spiritually restored for all becomes new in the Lord,and old goes away through the blood of Jesus Christ.
---mayende on 7/8/05

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