Sunday, August 18, 2013

Why Did God Really Created Intercourse?

When you are a teenager you are more vulnerable to do foolish things like seeking after the pearl in that private place, but if you consider yourself grown, according to the Bible, you should put away childish things.
When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. (1 Corinthians 13:11 KJV)
God created Intercourse, specifically for a male and a female to enjoy each other and multiply the earth be having children, but the enemy took it and changed it to having sex with anybody you choose to. God wanted a man and a woman to make passionate love after He joined them together as man and wife, but the enemy wants you to “wham-bam thank you mame.” What God joined together, the enemy created a sexual and lustful spirit to separate the marriage with adultery. But yet they are some who say its fare game. So the question is. Do you really know the person sleeping in your bed?  Could it be you are sleeping with the enemy and don’t even know it?
According to the Bible, the enemy is a liar and an accuser of the brethren; is the person you are sleeping with a liar? Does he always accuse you just to cover up his real character of sleeping around? We know and understand that we don’t fight against flesh and blood, so it’s the spirit that’s within the body; however, this is not the type of life you should get involve in.
Two and three woman he involved himself with at the same time, treading the needle into dangerous territory.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are over 15 million cases of sexually transmitted disease cases reported annually in the United States only. There are more than 25 diseases that are transmitted through sexual activity. Other than HIV, the most common STDs in the are chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, genital herpes, human papillomavirus, hepatitis B, trichomoniasis, and bacterial vaginosis. Adolescents and young adults are the age groups at the greatest risk for acquiring an STD. Approximately 19 million new infections occur each year, almost half of them among people ages 15 to 24.
Looking good on the outside does not mean you are not infected. Having a good education doesn’t mean that you are free from contracting a deadly sexual disease. 

In other words, if you don’t already know, make sure you know the person sleeping in your bed.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

By C. A. Webb "Conversations Book Club" (Jackson, MS) Carl Mathis' INTERCOURSE Takes You Into The Real Conversation Behind God's View Of Sex,

There is something about Christians discussing sex that makes some feel uncomfortable and leads them to avoid the conversation. That, however, is part of what author Carl Mathis discusses in his thought-provoking book INTERCOURSE. We are all asked to put our feelings about discussing the topic to the side in order to take a look at sex and sexuality through the eyes of our Creator.

The truth is that God created sex to be something beautiful but also something that served a purpose: that is to procreate. As Mathis discusses in the book today some have made sex dirty not only by the way it is approached but because the purpose of some is not in line with what God appreciates. If we are truly honest with ourselves for some sex has become just something to do and to others it is a badge of honor to see how many people you can get into your bed. Mathis looks at this in a way that doesn't judge but makes clear the importance of not allowing what our bodies might crave to lead us into a path that is dangerous and has disastrous consequences.

There are so many reasons we know of to abstain from sex if we are unmarried. Even those who might not recognize God's path for them and His purpose for them they should be able to see the importance of thinking more of themselves than just to give themselves to anyone.

Again this is a topic that is not easy to approach, but when it is being delivered in love and with understanding it makes it easier to accept and hopefully take head to. Intercourse is the kind of book that we all need, taking us into the real conversation behind God's view of sex and of us. There is no way you can read this book and not come away changed.

Intercourse - Do you really know the person sleeping in your bed

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Searching for love “IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES”

What you see sometimes is not always what it seems to be. The sayings goes “beauty is skin deep” and if you are all muscled up, you could be just looking for someone to hustle. Is “Love really blind,” is “Love really in the eyes of the beholder.” Sometimes, you want a thing so bad that you overlook some areas.

The story of a woman searching for love in the wrong place is not rear, unexpectedly, and unusual, but not out of order, it does occur. If a man who seems to be Mr. Right out of nowhere touches the heart of your emotions. Blinded by the physical attraction was the means of connection, However, there was another person inside his body, with a different intention than what you had in mind. What would be your reaction?

The eyes of the Lord see everything and everyone. To make a connection between two people, you must past the crossroad of attraction. This is where you determine whether it’s internal or superficial.

What a tangled web we weave when we find the one we love inside the one we adore. Is that person in your bed the one that you think he/she is?

Two people come together and make one flesh. A man and a woman join together for many reasons. Communication and interaction can lead to magic in the air that is not easily forgotten. Some say they see stars and are taken into a new atmosphere when intercourse occurs. But do you really know who the person on the receiving/accepting end is?

How important is relationship to you? What would it take for you to be happy, concerning someone you intend to spend the rest of your life with? Would money do it? Would good looks do it? How about a great career—would that do it? Maybe you are just looking for a good man to treat you like a lady, the way a lady is supposed to be treated. Then again, maybe it’s not a good man you are looking for. Maybe it’s just a lady, someone that would support you and be by your side.

During the Beginning of time when there was just a man and women alone in a Garden, one might wonder if intercourse was applicable to that relationship? Did they advertise and publicize their sexual figure? How about selling their pleasure, there were no other persons? They did not actively publicize their private parts.

The questions one might ask is: how did intercourse become sex? How did making love turn to, you know what I mean?

We all heard the story about Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, All alone, this meant that the lights was always off at night, which makes it more romantic and tempting to have intercourse, with no one to answer to, (well we know of course God was there) but just the idea to wander freely, back and forth naked, did they get carried away having intercourse, each and everywhere, like we do? Would you?

Carl Mathis, author of Intercourse - Do you really know the person sleeping in your bed

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


The desire of doing something starts in the mind long before that actual action occurs. For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false witness, slander. (Matthew 15:19-20) However, all sexual desire must be directed only towards the spouse and not to another person, whether they are real or imaginary.


According to the Bible, God Himself designed the sexual intimacy and implanted it into the desires of the human’s body. Intercourse is a blessing and enjoyment given to us by God. However, the Bible has a strong firm in its teaching that intercourse is to be limited to marriage between a man and a woman, when the two is committed to each other.

The scriptures explains, having an intimacy outside of marriage are totally wrong, this type of act can get a person emotions so heightened that it can break down the defense and allow un Godly desire to manifest.

Because the Scripture did not specifically say, thou shalt not passionately kiss, or thou shalt not engage in pleasurable touching unless married, in order for it to be conflicting to God’s words. Many are overlooking the temptation which could lead to intercourse.

There are many passages that clearly explain this type of behavior. For example, Now flee from youthful lusts, and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, with those who call on the Lord from a pure heart (2 Tim. 2:22). This is a warning that flirting with temptation is dangerous to the righteous. The correct response for someone who care about each other and about fulfilling the will of God in there life, is to stay as for away as possible from lustful temptation. This is a command in Scripture.
Passionately kissing and pleasurable touching is sexual and is a part of the sexual relationship of intimacy called foreplay. Talking about the beauty of sexual act and how it can be that very action which protects adultery, According to Proverbs 5:18-20, the writer writes, Let your fountain be blessed, And rejoice in the wife of your youth. As a loving hind and a graceful doe, Let her breasts satisfy you at all times; Be exhilarated always with her love. For why should you, my son, be exhilarated with an adulteress, And embrace the bosom of a foreigner.
But then, this is interesting, the next couple of scriptures follow with, For the ways of a man are before the eyes of the Lord, And He watches all his paths. His own iniquities will capture the wicked, And he will be held with the cords of his sin (Prov. 5:21-22).

I hopped you getting the picture by now, all these fluting and touching is sin apart from the marriage bond. You could try all you want to rationalize and come up with explanation right and wrong and how individual people should behave and avoiding temptation, but God not only sees all we do and think, but He clearly explain that such ridiculous behavior has its consequences.
Don’t you know that foreplay is designed to arouse sexual desire in preparation for intercourse? This type of behavior could get out of hand. Don’t put yourself in the position to wonder why did you sleep with that person and put your relationship in jeopardy. Plus this is to be saved for marriage. Don’t you agree? _______

Here what Jesus said about this, if a man even looks on a woman with a view to fornication, it is the same as committing the act already? Doing this outside of marriage shows that your primary focus is sexual and not a spiritual relationship in which you get to know the other person and are concerned about what is best for them. Here what the scripture said,
Finally then, brethren, we request and exhort you in the Lord Jesus, that, as you received from us instruction as to how you ought to walk and please God (just as you actually do walk), that you may excel still more. For you know what commandments we gave you by the authority of the Lord Jesus. For this is the will of God, your sanctification; that is, that you abstain from sexual immorality; that each of you know how to possess his own vessel in sanctification and honor, not in lustful passion, like the Gentiles who do not know God; and that no man transgress and defraud his brother in the matter because the Lord is the avenger in all these things, just as we also told you before and solemnly warned you. For God has not called us for the purpose of impurity, but in sanctification. Consequently, he who rejects this is not rejecting man but the God who gives His Holy Spirit to you. (Thessalonians 4:1-8.)

Do you really know the person sleeping in your bed?

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011


So, what is intercourse, and its significance? It’s an interaction, the combined or reciprocal action of two or more things that have an effect on each other and work together.

There are several methods within sexual intercourse, created by the enemy, and then adapted by the human race to satisfy lustful appetites.

However, God created the vaginal concept to be the only method to produce life, (Reference chapter #5) this is when a male’s penis is inserted into a female’s vagina. This procedure is the correct way for a man and a woman to be connected and produce another life being.

So the question is whether it’s possible to interact with the Great God Almighty?
God created a male and a female for a specific reason and purpose: there is no other way to replenish the earth. Inside the female’s body God put a seal; this seal is symbolic of a bordered crossing. Crossing this border enable a connection and ignite a fuse to release life to come into this world.
In other words intercourse has to be done, with the fertilization from sperm to an egg, that’s the only time life from that holding pen inside the woman womb is allowed to come out, and it’s very sensitive, even for the smartest human minds. You must understand that having intercourse is a godly thing, but the enemy took it and made it into a business for a way to explode the beautiful creation of the female/male figure. So,
Men: be very careful when you approach the border crossing, (the seal inside a woman) because if that seal is broken, life as you know it will never be the same. You are damaging the future plans of that woman if the seal is broken at the wrong time. God created you as the dominate figure, why not control your hormones and put your lust into subjection for the woman sake?

Woman: you are so beautiful and well sculptured by the hand of God, you beauty could almost hypnotize most men, God gave you honey for your spouse, and sugar to sweeten him when he is better, why would you rowing yourself by making your private place public? Why would you give away your precious ointment to someone who would not treasure it? Is there any amount of money worth your precious pearl?

Did you not know this pearl is a rear commodity that cannot be sold? Did your mother ever teach you to hold on to this pearl for the right moment? Did your father ever say to you, use force if it’s necessary to protect your pearl?

This is why God put a seal (bloodline) that separates life from life. Tampering with this seal will allow life to come out premature. So be very careful not to prematurely allow life to come out before it’s time.

In other words, having intercourse before the appropriate time will temper with God plans. Are you up for the challenge?

If life comes out before its time, in other words if you have a child/children before the set time, you have to rearrange and adjust your life, which could be difficult. This is where many problems and situations occur. You then have to put the child in the forefront to have the care it would need, which you may not be prepared for. This is a great responsibility to handle, so you want to be ready when it happens. Keep in mind that life itself may not be what it seems to be.

Let’s look at the intent of God, concerning intercourse. Go to the next chapter at Recommended book to learn about intercourse,

Saturday, September 3, 2011

How did Intercourse Become Sex?

During the Beginning of time there was just a man and women alone in a Garden, one might wonder if intercourse was applicable to that relationship? Did they advertise and publicize their sexual figure? How about selling their pleasure, there were no other persons? They did not actively publicize their private parts.
The questions one might ask is: how did intercourse become sex? How did making love turn to, you know what?

All alone Adam and Eve in this dark place, this meant that the lights was always off, which makes it more romantic and tempting to have intercourse, with no one to answer to, (well we know of course God was there) but just the idea to wander freely, back and forth naked, did they get carried away having intercourse, each and everywhere, like we do? Would you?


Release on December 2, 2011
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