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Yesterday evening ,TosanRalph and I went to the Real Treasures Library. After, fumbleing on the shelves for 15minutes, I finally picked a book on Sex.The author began by explaining that when we feel home is boring and then we 'escape' to the world of wonder s, we indulge in those things tagged 'don't' just 'cause we want to know what's so bad in 'em. We find out there's nothing so bad after all. We then find out there's really no satisfaction in it too. Its time we knew we weren't supposed to have 'touched' it. Adam and Eve are my witnesses. At the end of the exploration, we long for the coziness of home. We become the prodigal son and then the home we felt like hell now feels better than heaven.

In all this, this author was trying to explain that casual sex gets us first into exploring into the forbidden and then we become 'sorry' but may or maynot resolute. Home is still what we think of.

That evening Tosan Ralph and I left to a Christian bookshop. The very first book that greeted me by the door was Juanita Bynam's NO MORE SHEETS. Every other book I stumbled on had something to offer about sex and I'm like 'Why today?' Even Tim LaHaye's new book was on ...seductions. After buying a book...Signs and Wonders, I left my friend for Ababo where P.N. stays. After about an hour with her, we began talking about relationships and so I told her what I told TosanRalph at the library. I WANT TO WRITE SOMNETHING ON SEX. Right there she offered me a book by Myles Munroe that talked about the subject.

I have a word or two to say about sex. The best person to talk to another about the issue would be someone who's been there, done that ...but...I haven't. One thing I have learned: Listen to the Pastor who has killed a serpent without getting hurt.He's skilled. He will guide you.
Listen to the Pastor who breeds serpents in his closet but talks against it. He know the right and wrong. He'll preach the right and do the wrong. I am more like him but not him.

The element that has generated the most power since history started is LOVE, whether Agape, eros, filia, storge. Today I began thinking about how the God-kind of Love comprises of the 4aspects of love. Yes, even eros. I began thinking of how much God loved man, he got off his clothes and got off the clothes of man(which was the exposure of sin in Man).god's clothes were the clothes of shyness and hiding. Those of purity. Thereafter was a type of intercourse between God and Man on the beds of Earth, some 2000years ago. The death of Jesus Christ, the blood, the climax, the sperm and there is the Birth of a New Race-100% God 100% Man. We however see Jesus as the orgasm, the satisfaction in sex. That has been the longing man has wanted. This hunger felt by God and felt by Man is found only in the Christ.

When there is sex, a covenant has been made which cannot be broken. For they are one flesh. It's a covenant of total submission of soul and body. There's UNBREAKABLE Oneness.

Now, I talk of God and Sex. Have you ever locked the door of your room and in sweet love, in sweet fellowship, mingled with the Spirit of the Only God? HAve you ever felt this thing for a Spirit? Have you ever had all the 300billion nuclei in your cells wubble in excitment as the Holy Spirit fundles your body. This is the feeling you get and nothing else in this world is important to you.

Do you know my comparisons of sex and thought and oneness? Jesus said that the mere thought of lust is ADULTERY but then when our souls are joined in Oneness, a covenant made not only with the mouth but with the soul, there is oneness. The Union of the Soul.

Our spirits are joined with Christ.

I feel more than Love for you.

The wind blows where it pleases, you hear its sound but can't tell where it's coming or going...

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