“But because of the temptation to sexual immorality, each man should have his own wife and each woman her own husband” (1 Corinthians 7:2). Is this verse in the Bible about sex before marriage no longer applicable? I am just curious to hear your point of view, ladies. I am not a preacher. I am just asking.
Black’s Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition defines “immoral” as “inconsistent with the rules and principles of morality.” I am using Black’s Law Dictionary because the Bible is a book filled with natural laws and principles that govern all relationships. A plane flies and a battleship floats if you follow the same laws and principles every single time. So if we are acting in an immoral way, it would suffice to say that we are working against the very principles that lead to our success. Hmmm. Food for thought. Let’s continue.
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The whole problem with sexual immorality is that it harms our “right thinking,” especially for women, who are emotionally driven, because we are letting our body rule over its creator, our spirit. When we are led by our bodies, we imprison our intuition or spirit, and thus our ability to think clearly, e.g.,“Suzy can never seem to make the right decision at the right time.” Women may think they have the ability to sleep with multiple men, but eventually get confused. It usually backfires. This is simply because men detest women who do this, unless it’s their profession.
I know what you are thinking: It’s the food! It’s the genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). Yes, maybe that is partially true, but don’t blame your actions on food. The reality is that when given the option to wait until marriage or to have sex whenever they desire, today’s women have almost unanimously chosen the latter.
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Wow, is all I can say. But I am confused. So, you mean to tell me that all throughout history, women were just playing the virgin role because society dictated it, when all they wanted to do was get naked and have sex whenever they chose? Darn. All you had to do was just tell us that’s what you wanted, and we could have saved a hundred years and a whole lot of man-hours. But the catch is that men, and people in general, don’t like or appreciate something that comes too easily.
The baby boomers were really horny. They had so much sex that they created a movement. Now they are trying to restrict us from having sex through condoms, birth control and fear of disease. (Let’s Talk About Sex Baby!) Okay, that’s hilarious. They all had their fun and now want to stifle our freedom of movement. What happened? What did they discover? All jokes aside, let’s get back into the meat of our discussion.