God Instructions

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Sex is a false sense of security it makes you think you have more money in the bank than you actually have. Sex blinds you and God says removes sex so you will be able to see clearly and wont by blind by sex, let that relationship grow and develop first so that love build. Sex will only consecrate the marriage.

Sexual intimacy creates a soul ties, because it is the greatest intimacy and it is only for marriage, God created it for husband and wife, and it displeases God.
Retrain your mind, retrain how see, retrain how you think.

Train your man hood, when men see a beautiful thing and they look. Because men like beauty, but a man has to discipline his mind to see a beauty and not have sexual thoughts. But see beauty and respect.

To refrain from sex 3 things: Prayer, study the word of God, and worship
When you fail: get up, get up, get up

Arrest the thoughts that come into your mind. Bring all thoughts into captivity of the word of God. Trust God to deal with the way I feel, I want my sex drive to be brought under control so I will save it for my husband. God you can do this you can help me, I want my body to come under the spirit of God, God you can do this.

With the void of lonliness you want to spend sometime along first and ask God to fill you and heal you.
Men and Woman having opposite sex friendship
When you get married, you do not female friends, be faithful to your wife. When have female friends you can develop this thing called propinquity. Propinquity – when you share things you get closer and closer, and you begin to develop feelings.
In the case of same sex relationship, I used a method Andy Stanley and his wife described as guardrails. Guardrails are boundaries that couples create and customize to their personal relationship such do not ne alone in a room with the same sex or ride in the car. Relationship have to learn to balance…...

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