After Adam lost one of his “ribs”, he became aware of this strange desire he had never experienced before. God knew and prepared beforehand what Adam would want to have immediately after he woke up from his “deep sleep”.
Adam didn’t say something to God like, “I think something is happening to me. I have this strange desire.”
No, Adam didn’t say that. God already met Adam’s desire the moment Adam woke up. Talk about “care-free life,” this is unmatched and unparalleled! Adam didn’t have to go through puberty or anything. Boom! Problem solved right there when he opened his eyes! I’m very jealous of him! Anyways, let me not get off track here. Continue reading Desirable Because She was Found from Him
Divorce may loom on the horizon if the following four ways of dealing with conflicts mark your marriage:
- Silent treatment – ignoring each other for days, months and even years
- Exchanging disrespectful words – calling names
- Gossiping about each other to others, especially to family members
- Sleeping on a separate bed (bedrooms)
When conflict erupts in your marriage, sit around the table and discuss the issue like adults. If you can’t do that, invite someone else to come in between; and it would be great if that someone is not related to you or your spouse and that you both feel comfortable to talk to. ///
They “WAITED” to have sex until marriage and they wrote a book called, “WAIT.”
Well, two of my good Facebook friends have dropped me this couple’s interview in my inbox on different days and I decided to share one of their interviews with you all today. (Thank you my friends!)
Pastor Franklin, he was 22 years old when he decided to wait for marriage and he stayed away from sex for ten or eleven years. But before that, he was sexually active and he was in porn too (you can find that on the interview they gave to Fox News 5). Continue reading Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin
“What harmony is there between Christ and Belial? Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever?” (2 Corinthians 6:15) NOTHING!
Don’t marry a person who doesn’t believe in Christ. ///
Wedding is a ceremony, and marriage is a ministry. These two are very different things. Wedding is a one-day deal and after that, it is gone, done, finished, “finito”! Whereas marriage, it is a lifetime commitment.
Here in America, “50 billion dollars a year is spent only for wedding ceremonies. One million copies of bridal magazines are sold each month” (from “Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts” – by Parrott and Parrott).
Regardless of people spending billions of dollars on their weddings, one out of two marriages are still ending in divorce.
Hmm! It made you think, didn’t it?
Continue reading Wedding is not marriage
“If your right eye causes you to stumble, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell.” (Matthew 5:29)
Think about it. ///
God is okay without us. If we all agree to deny Him, He will continue to live forever in glory because He can’t deny Himself! He doesn’t need us for Him to live as God. He is God with or without us. He doesn’t need our agreement or “votes” for Him to be God, King of kings and Lord of lords.
But- – – when it comes to us, we can’t live without Him. Without Him, we perish.
Gospel singer, Mat Kearney, puts this reality beautifully: Continue reading “You are the air I breathe”
All the “don’ts” in the Bible are there to make all the “do’s” the ultimate source of joy, peace, rest, pleasure and contentment.
Let’s see one quick example regarding sexual fulfillment:
Do’s: “May your fountain be blessed,
and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth.
A loving doe, a graceful deer—
may her breasts satisfy you ALWAYS,
may you ever be INTOXICATED with her love.”
(Proverbs 5:18-19 – capitalization is mine)
Don’t: “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.”
Continue reading Seeing the Don’ts in light of the Do’s
Regardless of our belief or religious affiliation, most of us are curious about sex positions. We want to know if there is any other sex position we know nothing about. If we are religious people, we want to know which sex positions are considered “holy” and which ones are considered “unholy” or “sinful”. Sure we want to live for God and we want to do the next right thing.
In the book of Song of Solomon, the book that mostly talks about love and sex (the best book that pictures the love and oneness of Jesus and His bride, the Church), we find more than one place where “sex positions” are implied; Song 2:6; 8:3 and 8:6a. Other than these verses, I don’t know if there is any other Bible verse that deals with “sex positions”.
You may ask: “Why didn’t God list all the biblically accepted sex positions in the Bible?”
Continue reading Sex Positions