Ania went on her first date when she was eighteen, her father instilled in her that any man that loves you, would respect your body. Ania was very excited about Kimbrell, her new friend. She was so excited her parents trusted her. About six months in their courtship, Kimbrell asked Ania for sex. She said no. Kimbrell said I don’t want to see you anymore.
On the way home Ania could not think of a word to say to him. She said thanks for six months of friendship. He opened her door, and did not say a word. Ania said, before you leave, I have something to say:
You gave me a choice to love you or leave you,
I did not make the choice you did,
How can I give you something that don’t belong to me,
I did not see you hang on a dogwood tree,
Where were you?
When Jesus took thirty-nine stripes for me,
What can you give me, which I don’t already have?
A night with you,
A baby, that you probably won’t claim,
You will ruin my reputation,
Moreover, join other people in calling me names,
It’s not love me or leave me,
It’s really lust me and please me,
I would get nothing out of it,
Because you my dear are not fit,
Don’t you realize my body is the temple of the Holy Spirit?
Even if my parents never knew,
God would know,
I would rather lose you,
Than lose myself respect,
In addition, a chance to be an example for Jesus Christ.