In fact, the first words ever uttered to us were words that describe our sexuality. It’s a boy. Or, it’s a girl. And from birth to death we work out the implications of our sexuality. God has given us the gift of sex. He thought it up, it was His idea. He said that sex is good. We serve a God who is pro-sex. When a husband and wife get together in sexual intercourse, they can experience and express the deepest level of intimacy in the universe. However, statistics claim that between 40% and 60% of adults in a crowd this size would experience a moderate to high level of sexual frustration in their marriage.
A lot of married couples are like my son, EJ. He walked into my bathroom Tuesday morning, picked up a $5 bill from the counter and said, “Look, Dad, here is a picture of President George Linconton.” I told EJ that he was a little confused, that the picture was that of Abraham Lincoln and another former president was George Washington. My goal in this morning’s message is to clear up the confusion on romance and sex. I want to share with you how to have sex that sizzles.
First, we have got to follow the recipe. You see, the Bible is a cookbook. And if we read the book, we will have sex that cooks. The recipe that I want to draw your attention to is found in the I Corinthians 7:3-4. This tells us God’s agenda for romance, intimacy and sexuality in marriage. “The husband should fulfill his marital duty to his wife, and likewise the wife to her husband….” Let me stop right here and make a couple of statements.© Copyright admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Fellowship Church Grapevine