Some people are such prudes. They seem shocked and appalled that I can talk about God and my love for Him with the same mouth I suck the “eggplant” with. I only have 1 mouth, so I have you use it in multiple ways. (Forgive me for being resourceful.) For me, sex and God are not completely separate. God is my life. And in my life, there is sex. Morning Sex. Afternoon Sex. Christmas Sex. Laundry Room Sex. Quiet Sex. Loud Sex. Father’s Day Sex. Self-Sex. Sex with Hubby. Sex with Toys. The list can literally go on and on.
I just don’t understand why I can’t love Jesus and yet enjoy some nookie with my husband. Of course, the love is not equal. But come on, who would shame me for loving and appreciating what God gave me? Have you seen me? Have you seen my husband? How can we not be fruitful and multiply! Sex is usually the first action that a husband and wife get to complete together. And some couples get soooo excited about sex, they get a head start.
Furthermore, the Bible is not void of sex either.
What do you think all of those “begats” mean? It means that someone had sex with someone else and forgot to pull out. In other words, they “forgot” and begat. (LOL…that is funny…forgot and begat.) Also, what do you think it meant when the Bible said, “He had known her”? Let me tell you, it wasn’t about gossip through the grapevine or a social interaction. It means that they were intimate…sexually…P to the V kind of situation.
Besides, have you read the Song of Solomon? Whew child, that’s steamy stuff right there! It is about love, y’all.
Song of Solomon 1:2 – Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth! For your love is better than wine;
-Y’all know how good wine is!!!!! Wine relaxes you and emboldens you at the same time.
Song of Solomon 1:5 – I am very dark, but lovely, O daughters of Jerusalem, like the tents of Kedar, like the curtains of Solomon.
-The original dark and lovely! Shout out to brown skin babes!
Song of Solomon 2:6 –His left hand is under my head, and his right hand embraces me!
-I wonder what that right is embracing? If it was my husband, it would probably be my derriere.
Song of Solomon 3:1-2 – On my bed by night I sought him whom my soul loves; I sought him, but found him not. I will rise now and go about the city, in the streets and in the squares;
-She’s looking for someone to be in her bed and I’m sure she wants to do more than just cuddle!!!!
Song of Solomon 7:2 – Your navel is a rounded bowl that never lacks mixed wine. Your belly is a heap of wheat, encircled with lilies.
-See, mom bods are sexy! My navel is like a rounded bowl and also never lacks wine! What a coincidence.
Her breasts are mentioned several times in the Song of Solomon. The Song of Solomon also uses whole chapters to admire the bride’s and lover’s beauty. There are so many similes and metaphors used to describe legs, arms, bodies, cheeks, rounded thighs, eyes, cheeks, and lips.
Even in the New Testament, there’s talk of sex. In 1 Corinthians 7:3-4, it talks about a husband’s body belonging to the wife and vice versa. So when my husband says, “Whose p is this?” during fornication, and I respond, “It’s yours baby!” I’m actually biblically correct.
And if you think my Pastor frowns upon my married, raunchy behavior, you have another thing coming. Just take some time to listen to his sermon series, “Sex-Rated: According to God.” During this 3-part series, he takes a slow walk through the Book Song of Solomon.
So, in short, coitus between a husband and a wife is nothing to be ashamed of. It should be enjoyed and practiced…frequently. I’m not going to waste this sexual talent that God has given me. My husband and I are going to practice and perfect our craft. We are going to be sexual professionals! It is possible that you can love Jesus and sex too. Sex can be a religious experience as well. Especially, if you do it right!