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This question of what is appropriate is usually asked as, “Where do you draw the line?” with the inference that if I’m not thrilled with your answer, I’ll get a second opinion.
So, having said that, what are some principles by which we can judge our physical contact using the measurement of the “Holy Kiss”?
Here’s a good rule of thumb to start with: if the swimsuit covers it, don’t touch it unless you’re married. We’re told to treat women as sisters with absolute purity in 1 Timothy 5:2. Also, as much as you may like or love your girlfriend, until you’re married, there’s no telling whether or not she will end up being your spouse or someone else's.
Additionally, think about the locations and times you should avoid spending together.
Physical contact is meant to express affection, not to sexually arouse either you or your partner. Guard your heart and your partner’s heart from lust.
Whenever there is sexual arousal, you have transgressed the guideline of the “Holy Kiss” and have sinned in the use of your freedom to express physical closeness.