It’s used to sell clothes, coffee, cars, and sometimes certain celebrities. Or maybe magazines, movies, and makeup.
Some folks just plain use it.
To some, it’s a pry bar, others as a treat for good behavior. Kind of like training a dog to learn a trick; once they get it down they are rewarded with a treat.
Great with dogs. Not so, with people.
It’s been referred to as “making love”, but too often it has nothing to do with love. The old phrase from the 60’s, “Make love not war”, had nothing to do with love and everything to do with sex.
Sex and love are not synonymous terms. They cannot be used interchangeably. At least, they shouldn’t be.
SEX is not the mark of maturity, nor is it a sign of commitment. It should never be used to hold on to a relationship, or as an excuse to leave one.
SEX should be enjoyed as an expression of love between a husband and wife; one of many ways a couple will declare their undying love for their mate throughout their married life.
But SEX should never be the focus in a marriage. A relationship built around sex can have too many opportunities for the enemy’s sabotage.
Sex and love. My, how people have gotten the two jumbled up.
SEX can’t cover a multitude of sins, let alone even one sin.
But love does.
SEX doesn’t lay itself down for the other, especially in the heat of the moment.
But love does. Love will stop whatever it’s doing for the sake of others.
SEX can be forced, traded, and trafficked.
Not so with love.
So, try not to get sex and love mixed up. I mean, don’t use one word if you really mean the other.
It is great, though, when sex reflects real love, and when love can be expressed in such holy intimacy.
Sex and love. Part of the Creator’s plan for His best creation.