Hey guys, been a minute yeah? I’m pretty sure you enjoyed the last post – which was a guest post. If you haven’t read it, do so here. Glad it helped a lot of people.
I hope the valentine’s day fever hasn’t faded. You have to keep the love burning, regardless of if it’s 14th February or not.
I’m feeling really excited💃💃. Started something new and exciting, something I never thought I’d be doing (much like this blog), and it’s going pretty well. I shared this to say, try something new today, you never know what skills you have locked up in you until you open yourself up to new things.
“There is freedom waiting for you on the breezes of the sky, And you ask “What if you fall?” oh but my darling, what if you fly?” – Erin Hanson
Alright alright, I feel your impatience brimming up already. So let’s cut to the chase shall we?
I’ve met a couple of believers who’d rather ignore/pretend that they have no existing sex drive, and I can relate with them. They don’t want to talk about it and believe that having a sex drive is a sin, they have been told by benevolent parents or guardians – especially African parents – to avoid it at all cost (which includes ignoring that you actually have a functioning libido).
It’s also not a topic that’s talked about a lot in churches, the subject is mostly ignored, so most people just keep mute about the subject and that doesn’t help anyone. They also feel it’s ungodly because the people they look up to, never bring up the topic or just say “don’t have sex” full stop.
Hold up, I’m not saying pastors should start giving sex lectures during service cause there is a time and place for everything. Seminars can be held in churches or a little talk show on the topic.
Here’s the thing, if we don’t talk about these things within our circle, the “world” will talk about it but in a different dimension. So, we need to take charge and stop acting like to mention the word SEX is a sin.
In most cases, Christians end up trying to figure it out all on their own because the people that are meant to teach them, are not saying anything about it. Which leads them to try out some experiments and end up making silly mistakes in life.
God created and gave us our sex drive but unfortunately, not everyone uses it the way he intended, but guess what? He also gave us self-restraint – isn’t He wonderful?
We have to talk about SEX. It’s a beautiful gift from God that has been perverted. it’s our job to MAKE IT RIGHT and give him all the Glory. As we all know, satan always seeks to destroy the gifts of God, so what’s the best way for him to destroy the gift of sex? By making us open the gift box prematurely.
You have to be knowledgeable about your sexuality, ignoring it’s power wouldn’t help you in any way, you have to acknowledge your desires, know yourself, in fact, know your triggers, so in that way, you are not cornered but you’ll be fully prepared – cause trust me temptations will come – but knowing yourself will help you tremendously (okay maybe just a little, but it will come in handy)
Finally, I need you to make the decision to wait “yourself”, don’t wait just because you have been told to, KNOW why you have to wait and what you hope to gain (it makes the journey much easier), because if you wait only because your parents and pastors told you to wait, it’ll be easier to fall into temptations. Investigate for yourself and make a firm decision to Wait.
Knowing the reason why you have to abstain from sex helps you stay strong in trying times.
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