Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Getting down to business

Let’s get the “business” out of the way first. For our purposes here, sex was created to be shared between a man and a woman who have committed to each other under the covenant of marriage. There are many people who believe this to be true and wish to live a godly lifestyle, but have a difficult time doing so. What I’m presenting here is information to assist them in doing that. For those who don’t believe that to be true, I invite them to read the information offered with an open mind.

And, of course, your respectful feedback is always appreciated.

I’m writing a book that is tentatively titled “The Single’s Series, Part I: How to make and maintain your promise to God to remain celibate until marriage.” The book is for singles – whether you’re widowed, divorced or never been married. It is for those who wish to commit to a celibate lifestyle until marriage, but who’ve had a difficult time doing that (or not doing that, if you will); those who are already celibate while they wait until marriage and just need support and tips on maintaining their celibacy; and it’s for those who’ve committed to a life of celibacy.

The information I’m offering here, which will also be included in the book, will discuss everything from dating tips and suggestions, how to make a covenant with God and what that involves to the often taboo subject of masturbation. (More about the book – and your input for the book – later.)

This book is envisioned as the first part in a series of books that will be written specifically with singles in mind. As time passes, I’ll reveal what the topics of the other books will be.

Most of what I’ll present is from a biblical standpoint, but it will also be practical. I hope you enjoy what you read, are inspired by what you read and pass on what you read. Tell your friends, families and associates to drop by … There will be something new at least once a week.

The next time you return – sometime after March 9 – I’ll talk specifically about making the agreement, or covenant, with God to remain celibate until marriage.


“If you keep on doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep on getting what you’ve always gotten.” Bishop Dale C. Bronner, pastor of Word Of Faith Family Worship Cathedral often says this. Do you know who originally said it? If so, let me know!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I agree totally with your comments. Sex is sacred and should be shared between a man and a woman.