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Articles on Sex in a Marriage
When you think of intimacy, what comes to mind? A romantic date? Warm conversation? Candlelight dinner? Spending time together?  And/or Sex?  An intimate relationship is one that consists of caring, mutual trust, and acceptance. Caring is showing genuine concern for a person’s well-being. Mutual trust is the feeling that one person will not be harmed or hurt by another. Acceptance is the......
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/carl and Yolanda Bennet answer your marriage questions"For your husband, the need for sex is as much physical as it is emotional. His need to connect physically with you is one expression of his desire to connect emotional. Your husband sees your willingness to join physically with him as a demonstration of your love, vulnerability, and trust for him; he views the sex act in a loving relationship as the highest compliment he could give to the woman he loves. While love is important, sex is also integral to your marriage relationship. Choosing to meet your husband’s physical needs is a demonstration of love that he can understand.

On the other hand, for women the relationship is important and your sex drive is based more on the emotional than the physical. This is why you probably find it difficult to be enthusiastic about sex after you and your husband have had a disagreement. For you, the emotional connection releases the sex hormones and fluids needed for stimulation and satisfaction. "

Marriage provides God's way to satisfy these natural sexual desires and to strengthen the partners against temptation. Married couples have the responsibility to care for each other; therefore, husbands and wives should not withhold themselves sexually from one another but should fulfill each other's needs and desires. Spiritually, our bodies belong to God when we become Christians.....
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I recently read an article from a Pastor who shared one of his marriage counseling sessions. He said that there were two people that had been married for thirty-three years. But they haven't had sex for more than twenty years. He said that the wife came to him in tears because her husband was always angry and his anger made her so upset to the point that she didn't feel like having sex....
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God has led us to inspire you from the book of Hosea. This is a beautiful, tragic, but true love story. This story truly tells of how God loves his people.  Hosea's wife name is Gomer, Gomer had a problem with adultery, unfaithfulness and turning to false god's [in today's world we can say going out to the club, having sex with someone other than her husband, financial gain....
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If we remember that a covenant marriage is not give and take, we all will have a relationship like some of the people in the Bible had. Jonathan made a covenant with David because he loved him as he loved himself. Ruth made a covenant with Naomi, she even told Naomi that her people would be her people. God had a covenant with Noah because Noah was a righteous man.....
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Do you remember the anticipation of going on a date with your future spouse and how desperately you desired one another? And how the sexual tension seemed to mount as you moved toward marriage? Today you may be wondering, "Where's our energy and desire for sex now?"  How would you describe your love life with your spouse? Is it at the point of deterioration or improvement? If you want to...
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