God's Word On Sex
edited: Friday, February 29, 2008
By Patty Pobanz
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
Posted: Friday, February 29, 2008
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Sex is a form of love. Lovemaking at its greatest is what pure love is all about.
This purest form of love can and will bring happiness and harmony to our inner spiritual realm.
It has been forgotten what the true word of sex really means. Sex is so often abused that it has lost its value, but it's something that mankind really needs to fuel the soul.
Sex has been lost through adult entertainment, rape, child pornography and adultery. It is used as a means to party, socialize, and for people to feel like they belong. But with all of this, sex offers disease. It has been turned into a negative. Sex should only be used amongst two people who love one another. Mankind once again has learned to destroy something that should be really great and pure.
Sex has been portrayed as dirty, when in actuality it has never been dirty, and in its purest form is a beautiful gift from our creator. When we have sex with a partner in its pure form, we are creating a unity of our bodies. We become one. This oneness creates pure love and this is why sex is truly beautiful. Enjoy sex, have it often and enjoy the pleasures of it, for it will make you feel great! When you feel great, you will be happy.
When you are happy, you will give off a great, positive energy that will be well received by others. Don't let the pleasures of feeling great make you feel guilty. Enjoy these pleasures, for it will strengthen your soul.
*Excerpts taken from the world famous book "Everlasting Peace In Your Life. God's Reminders to the World" by, Patty Pobanz.
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|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|Reviewed by John Domino
|Reviewed by Joanna Leone
|I enjoyed this article. I think that your point of view clarifies the difference between pure love and sex, and abusive sex. It is well-written, and helps us to realize that pure love and lovemaking are not supposed to make us feel guilty. It is the adultery, abuse, or rape that is not pure. You also used the word lovemaking, and have illustrated it to be a human connection. I agree with this.
So many people do not even use the word love making, as they use other types of words which make sex seem derrogatory. My personal opinion is that pure love leads to love making, with much passion. It is the highest connection between a man and a woman, and makes the relationship between the man and the woman whole. Sex or lovemaking is not dirty, nor should we ever feel guilty about it.
Stop into my authors den sometime, and let me know what you think
|Reviewed by Scott Tacke
|It's impossible to argue with a single point you've made here. In a few brief passages you helped rectify ideas its taken us centuries to bastardize. Great write!|
|Reviewed by Pete Grasso
|AMEN and AMEN. Great Article... Blessing, Pete|
|Reviewed by Aubrey Hammack
This is a good article and so true.