Monday, 22 August 2016

What The Hell A Is Wrong With Sex?

Remember, sex is good. Yet whenever people talk about it, that is they gather the guts to, we know that something is wrong somewhere. Where did it go wrong?

Like I said before, when a man enters into the woman the two become one. How do we see this? The only closer way for two people to be together is via a woman carrying an embryo. The next is sex. In sex, two different people become so close in a way that they are fully exposed to each other and after sex there is no better way of knowing or experiencing another human being.

What makes sex, in a way, the closest contact is that, while child carrying and bearing the partners experience unlikable changes in their lives and remember pain in the process, and in sex they have remembrance of complete bliss. This makes sex very spiritual because in the act you open up everything, not just your body, but also your spirit to the other person. Because of this, there is an open doorway of spiritual exchange of the highest level.

 This gives Satan a leeway to transfer spirits of every kind between the two people. This is because he has a legal right because you are playing with blood.
Sex is God's gift but has oftenly been abused.
At the same time, God will be angry at you. This is because the spirit realm hears, understands and respects the voice of the blood. When Cain killed Abel, God heard from Abel’s blood:

And He said, "What have you done? The voice of your brother's blood cries out to Me from the ground (Genesis 4:10)

What an awesome combination over your life, Satan’s hatred of you and God’s wrath over you! If you are having sex as an unmarried couple, he gets angry because God does not allow us to play with blood. Deuteronomy 12:23 tells us: “Only be sure that thou eat not the blood: for the blood is the life; and thou shalt not eat the life with the flesh.” Leviticus 3:17 says, “It shall be a perpetual statute throughout your generations in all your dwellings, that ye shall eat neither fat nor blood”. It is clear that God forbids us to play around with blood except the blood is associated to a godly covenant. In this case the covenant which allows you to play blood games is the marriage covenant. Without this covenant, no blood games are allowed because they lead to serious consequences at the top of which are spiritual: separation from God, ungodly soul ties, unwanted pregnancies, sicknesses and disease, pain of rejection. These shall be expounded in a later chapter.

In short it all went wrong when we started transgressing God’s laws which govern sex and put our own rules instead. We said, we can have sex outside marriage…we can have multiple-sexual partners…have sex with animals…have same-sex partners. All this is contrary to God’s laws on sex…yet sex in the confines of His laws is good. This is where it all went wrong!
Apostle Pride Sibiya
Apostle Pride Sibiya is a renowned speaker and writer in the area of godly sex and many other areas.
Before we close the chapter I would love to look at a word from the New Testament, originally written in Greek, which will give us a clear picture of God’s expectation of us in terms of sexual morality.
Porneia this is an improper sexual conduct between unmarried people. This includes intimate sexual activity or play including touching of intimate parts in a way that will arouse emotions that may not be righteously satisfied(1 Thessalonians 4:6). The Greek word porneia is self-indicative that it is the root, even, for pornography which is the sinful exposure or viewing of the nakedness of another person (Leviticus 18: 6-30, 20:11, 12, 17, 19, 21, 1 Corinthians 6:18, 1 Thessalonians 4:3) either live or via multi-media. The word porneia is loosely translated as “fornication” in English. The Encyclopaedia of Prostitution and Sex Work confirms this: “The term “sex work” encompasses prostitution plus other forms such as phone sex, pornography, stripping, and erotic dancing… Related sex work entries, such as on geisha, stripping, and dance hall girls, are viewed through the lens of prostitution.”

By Apostle Pride Sibiya

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