Pure Sex: The Spirituality of Desire
CAUTION !You are about to enter the spirit realm. Powers you will engage after this point are beyond your ability to control. There's more to sex than mere skin on skin. Sex is as much spiritual mystery as physical...
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CAUTION !You are about to enter the spirit realm. Powers you will engage after this point are beyond your ability to control.
There's more to sex than mere skin on skin. Sex is as much spiritual mystery as physical fact. ( 1 Corinth. 6:16,17TMB)
The powerful mystery of sexual desire marks it as a spiritual phenomenon. Yet talk of sexuality has largely been banned from churches, leaving a vacuum which the world is literally hell-bent to fill.
"Sex is dirty and immoral," as the culture confounds, "so save it for marriage and the one you love most!" Yet if God created sex as a reflection of His very image in male and female together (Gen. 1:27), it must be good.
Among people who acknowledge and respect spiritual power, sexual desire prompts awe, even worship. Because we can't control it however, our secularized culture uses religion to confine sex to manageable morality, divorcing it from spirituality and enforcing compliance with shame.
Includes "Was It Good for You (Too)? Sexual Bonding and a Woman's Heart"by Mary Andrews-Dalbey
Here's a reality-based view of sex, free from either judgmental religion or care-less tolerance. It's not about "what you can do to improve your sex life," but rather, what God is doing to accomplish His purposes in men and women today, and how He provides what you need to join Him.
Gordon Dalbey's first book, Healing the Masculine Soul, helped to pioneer the Christian men's movement in 1988 and was followed by Sons of the Father: Healing the Father Wound in Men Today and Fight Like a Man: Redeeming Manhood for Kingdom Warfare. A popular speaker at conferences and retreats around the world, he has appeared on Focus on the Family, The 700 Club and many other radio and TV programs. He lives with his wife and son in Santa Barbara, California.