(Cerine: This is your last question before graduation? I’m so impressed!)
I am as well! Now, for the answer to the previous question, God says He will judge whoremongers and adulteresses. It is perfectly fine for married couples to engaged in physical intimacy, but when it is done outside of marriage, that is sin. If you have done this type of thing, simply give that sin to God and ask for His forgiveness. If you are not saved, you must first put your trust is Jesus and His death, burial and resurrection to be the payment for your sin. Trying to stop sinning in order to be saved isn’t how it works. The only thing you need to do, or even can do, is rely on Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection. That is all that is needed to be saved, and that’s something you can never lose once you have it. Now, once you are saved, simply give your struggles to the Savior and ask Him to help you live a better life on this earth.
(Cerine: See? Whether it’s for heaven or overcoming sin, it’s not about what you can do. It’s about relying on what Jesus can do.)
So, now that we have addressed that, we can ask the final question. What does chapter 10 say we shouldn’t forsake, especially as the end approaches?