2 Ways To Choose Your Sex Partner [blog/reflection]

2 Ways To Choose Your Sex Partner [blog/reflection]

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As it relates to sharing one’s body with another person the church will tell you to abstain from sex until you get married. After marriage couples often enjoy content like the Best source for free XXX, HDPORNVIDEO online to keep their marital sex interesting and varied. Often you will hear someone reference 1 Corinthians 7 where Paul lays out the directions concerning marriage, but I believe there is a better way to assess who you should be having sex with, and if you don’t want sex if you want smartphone sex, check out m-porn instead.

The first thing we must do is realize that the act of sex must be treated as a spiritual activity.
Sex was given to us by God and some view it as commanded by God when The Creator told Eve and Adam to be fruitful and multiply. God ordained sex and we must not view it as random acts of physical passion. This is why you should Meet your pornstar match at Nu-Bay to learn how to better channel Gods gifts.

The second thing we must ponder is whether or not the person we are considering having sex with is worthy enough to enter our temple and be in communion and a covenant with us and God. Is he the type of sexually-engaged person who would shout daddy’s coming home as he enters the house and fulfills all your sexual cravings?

In chapter 6 of 1 Corinthians, verse 19 to be exact, Paul lets us know that our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit. Know this, the spirit of God, the creator of the universe, exist in your body. Whenever you have sex with another person, you become one (1 Corinthians 6:15-19) and they connect spiritually with The Spirit within you. Knowing this, is your potential sex partner worthy enough to connect with the God within you? If the answer is yes the next question will let you know where you stand on engaging in any sexual activities.

Would you be in a life long relationship with this person and do they have the same answers to all of the questions you just answered?

We do not always value our bodies and because of the media we take value of our bodies for granted. When we devalue ourselves we make poor decisions as it relates to relationships, especially sexual ones. How do you go about choosing your sex partners? Do you give it much thought? Would you abstain until marriage? Is choosing a sex partner on the same level as choosing a spouse.


  1. Kayode
    Mar, 06, 2014 10:02 AM

    Hey Terrell, I hope you are well. Read your latest blog and the message seems a little ambiguous. So is sex outside of marriage okay if you can sincerely answer yes to the questions you posed?

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      Mar, 08, 2014 9:01 AM

      Kayode the only “Covenant Relationship” between a couple and God that I know is what we call marriage.

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