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Let's talk about...Intimacy

"Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul."-1Peter 2:11

Shabbat Shalom Sis! Hope that you're have a great Shabbat and enjoying your Word and time with The Most High. If you're reading this after Shabbat, I hope that your Shabbat was a great one. Just in case you're wondering, this message was made BEFORE the Shabbat so that no..I'm not working on the Shabbat. I'm trying to be a good example to my fellow sisters and not do what I'm not supposed to do. I'm also still a work in progress. With that being said...let's get into it! 

I hope you're not or haven't done today what I'm talking about today and that's intimacy. None of that on the Shabbat! I know sometimes the moment is there, but its' something that can ultimately wait until after the Shabbat. Sex is something that is meant for you and your husband. It's not meant for your boyfriend or just some random stranger. The Most High meant that especially when he wanted us to be joined together in a covenant. We were never meant to have sex with someone randomly and never speak to them again. 

Sexual consequences happen when you have sex outside of marriage. There was never supposed to be single mothers or fatherless children. There was never supposed to be sexually transmitted diseases. You weren't supposed to get infections from having sex and most importantly, you weren't supposed to die from having sex. It was meant to be a sacred thing between a man and a woman. Ladies you were never suppsoed to walk around showing off your goodies either. All of the displays were supposed to be just for your husband, no one else. 

Now I myself am guilty of not following The Most High's plan when it comes to sex. I have also suffered greatly for that choice. I'm still dealing with consequences to this day about said choices. BUT, I have had to learn how to repent and try to do better because that's where the lesson is DOING not saying. And no you don't get off by saying "God knows my heart." Please stop saying that.

Here's why:

"The heart is decietful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? I Yahawah search the heart, I try the reins, even to give every man according to his ways and according to the fruit of his doings."-Jeremiah 17: 9-10. 

Meaning that you may have good intentions, but you can't keep doing what you know is wrong and expect a blessing. You KNOW when you're supposed to have sex. You KNOW what's expected of you especially on days like today the Shabbat. You can't use the excuse of your heart being good, if you're knowingly being wrong. Plain and simple

With that being said, be in your Word today and Shabbat study. Continue to being prayer with the Most High. You got this Sis! 

Shabbat Shalom! 


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