Blow Job Bible PDF

By DIP Reviews | November 13, 2018

The Blow Job Bible – PDF download, by Sean Jameson & DIP Reviews. Sexual attraction and sexual desire are not the same things. I believe this is true in general by the way. In other words attraction of any kind is not the same as the desire of the same kind. The question that follows though is this: Is sexual desire for someone other than your heterosexual spouse a sin? Let’s do a couple of things to set the stage.

First, understand that I’m assuming the act of sex with anyone other than your heterosexual spouse is indeed sin. I know not everyone agrees with this but it is the starting point here based on the scriptures and over 2000 years of church doctrine. You as the reader are of course free to disagree but that is the starting point for this conversation. I could write 100 posts on this, but it’s the baseline theologically here.

My intent in writing about this isn’t to argue that point, but instead to discuss the attraction to others and the desire for sex with someone we are not in a heterosexual marriage with as I know that people regardless of context face this. So let’s dive in.

Attraction, as I’ve stated here, is not a choice. It is an at the moment feeling. Desire is deeper. Sexual desire is exactly that – a desire for sexual fulfillment. Desire itself is the voice of the heart. What I mean is that when I feel a desire, sexual or otherwise, it is my heart saying that something is going on.

Now different cultures have different avenues to handle desire. In eastern religion, the goal is often to get rid of desire. In other words, the message is that desire is bad and true holiness would be the lack of desire. The message is killing all desires.

In western culture, we have a bit different approach. We have decided that all desires should be fulfilled. Desires have become needs that have become values which have become rights. In other words, we have the right to fulfill any desire we have. Frankly, even in the western church, we say this when we view marriage is THE ONLY answer to sexual desire. In other words, you have the need and right to have that desire fulfilled in a marriage.

From a theological/biblical view, neither of these are right. Simply killing even a bad desire doesn’t work because it’s killing the heart without changing it. On the other hand, assuming that I’m entitled to have my desires fulfilled puts me in charge instead of God. Both of those are wrong. Instead, I need to run every desire through the lens of what God wants for me. So that all begs the original question, is the desire for sex with someone who we are not in a heterosexual marriage with a sin?

First, let’s again state that desires come from the heart. Some of those desires are good but many are not. We live in a fallen broken world and that includes us and our hearts. When we are in Christ, our hearts belong to Him. And yet we are not yet perfected. None of us desires all the right things yet. As a friend of mine says, “Our wanters are off.” God wants more for us than we do. We want a lot of sinful things. In that sense, desires can be and often are sinful or at the least come from a place of sin. Let me restate that one more time. Desire can, and often does, come from sin in my heart and because of that I can, and often do, desire sinful things.

However, it is what we do with our desires that ultimately shape us and bring consequences. If we give in to the sinful desires then we commit actual sinful acts which we are culpable for. James says as much when he says, “but each person is tempted when they are dragged away by their own evil desire and enticed. Then, after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to death.”

What I would say then is that a desire can come from sin itself which leads to temptation, but it is when we act on that sinful desire that we actually commit culpable sin. This “acting” includes more than just physically acting on the desire but also what we do with it mentally and emotionally (I’ll say more about this in an upcoming post about handling sinful desire).

The truth is that every desire, including sexual desire, elicits a response from us. The question is will we act to fulfill that desire therefore sinning, or will we submit that desire to God. The more we submit it to Him the more we are able to be shaped by Him.

Blow Job Bible e-cover

 

Blow Job Bible PDF

 

 

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *