Note: Please pay detailed attention to this write up.
Why is sex such a BIG DEAL?
If women are the gate keepers of sex. Why don’t we charge more for it?
Yeah, you saw that right! Why don’t we as women charge more for sex?
Why can’t we charge marriage? A more committed relationship? A deeper connection than just the physical?
It ain’t easy and we all know that. I’ve posted a few helpful tips on things to implement in your life to make your journey of celibacy a little bit easier.
It’d be ignorant to think abstaining from sex will be a breeze and who better to turn to than the One who instructed us to save sex for marriage? We all know God is the master planner right? So if He wants us to wait to have sex after marriage then there must be a reason probably beyond our comprehension for that. Why not trust Him – if you believe and worship him?
So open up your bibles (or read the verses here – as you wish) and let’s dive into these beautiful scriptures.
NOTE: If there’s a bible version you prefer, please feel free to use that instead.
1 Thessalonians 4:3-4
It is God’s will that you should be sanctified: that you should avoid sexual immorality; 4 that each of you should learn to control your own body in a way that is holy and honorable. (NIV)
No one likes to talk about it.
Most people don’t believe this even exists.
But as always, I’m here to give you a reality check!
TOPIC: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DEMONS AKA SPIRITUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
DEFINITION: A SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISORDER WHEREBY A DEMON DOMINATES AND RESIDES IN AN INDIVIDUAL AS A RESULT OF THAT INDIVIDUAL HAVING SEX WITH A DEMON CARRYING INDIVIDUAL(S).
PREVENTION: ABSTAINING FROM PREMATURE SEX
TREATMENT: A COVENANT STRONGER THAN THAT OF THE COVENANT OF SEX.
Ever started your journey and then made a mistake? Got tempted and gave in? Felt like it was the right thing to do at that moment? And now you feel like you have to start all over again?
Worry no more, I’m here to help.
Now, have a brief reflection on how it all went down – don’t go too far – just a brief reflection. What transpired before everything went south? Did you just watch a racy movie together? Had a few too many drinks? Cuddled a little too much?
We have to realize that sex doesn’t just happen. It takes series of events to lead up to that moment. Those series of events are what you should avoid.
So you’ve been waiting for so long and it seems like nothing is happening.
The lady or man of your dreams hasn’t found you yet.
Nothing seems to be progressing.
The loneliness keeps creeping in.
And you ask yourself, “Is the wait worth it?”
Shhhhh, don’t tell anyone.
Today I’m gonna do a book review. Yes!!
If you haven’t been living under a rock you’d have heard of the book THE WAIT written by DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good.
Today’s post is quite an interesting one, believe me it is.
I did something new for this post.
I interviewed a couple of people who have been celibate for some time.
I want to let sexually active unmarried people know that life without sex isn’t as bad as they think.
So I’ve gathered short stories of people who have gone/are going through celibacy, their struggles, how they cope “without sex” and the benefits of celibacy in their life.
Let’s get right to it.
For me making a conscious decision to be celibate till I got married was about 3 years ago, before that time I had so many opportunities, the ones I sought out for and the ones I was given on a silver platter. Life for me has been a wild roller coaster; I miss intimacy with a lady, the cuddles, waking up by her side and all that. For me, that is the hardest part of being celibate but the dividends are lovely; I have learnt self control and it has helped in so many areas of my life.
For instance, you meet a lady and she’s all there physically. The bosom and bottoms are perfect with the humility (boys love that) and then you think something might happen and may even want it to happen but you stay low because of your celibacy vow and later find out things about the lady and you just know your celibacy just saved you from a big mess.
I have also learnt to develop healthy relationships especially with the opposite sex and I think that is priceless. There’s a kind of friendship you can only get when you learn to see a lady as a friend and not a sex object to conquer.
Hmmm, this is a huge one.
I know it’s your life and your business but can I interrupt a little bit?
Finding it hard to talk about this because so many people do this and it’s seen as no big deal.
Should you move in with your boyfriend/girlfriend?