In this evening’s passage, Colin Adams rounds off chapter 7 of this letter to the Corinthian Christians. This chapter is dealing with many tricky questions from Corinth. But Colin highlights that it isn’t a chapter of restrictive regulations. Instead, it is a declaration of freedoms. These include freedom for the unmarried, or those widowed, to remain single or to marry, and freedom to have sex within marriage. Paul gives pastoral advice but not commands. There are only two caveats: marriage is for life, and a Christian should only marry a Christian.