God's Commands About Intimacy Are Loving, Purposeful, and Healthy

God's commands are all designed for our spiritual, emotional, and physical health. As our Designer, He loves us and knows what is best for us.

God loves us and wants what is best for us. Every command and warning in Scripture is based on His love and wisdom. 

He designed sexual intimacy for one man and one woman married to each other (Genesis 2:21-25; Matthew 19:5). Other forms of sexual intimacy damage our hearts and souls (1 Corinthians 6:18).

When cultures decline morally, they start by accepting premarital sex. This leads to increased adultery and pornography. Eventually, homosexuality and other unnatural forms of sexual intimacy are accepted.

Romans 1:18-32 explains this moral decline that starts by doubting God and ends by defying Him. Our present culture is in the final stages, and errors are even being taught in our churches. Remnant Christians need to be well informed.

Let's share how God saved us from evil desires (1 Peter 1:13-14). Let's explain that certain behaviors damage our hearts and souls. And let's tell people of God's love for them and His desire to save them from their sins (1 Corinthians 6:9-11; John 3:16). 

Each of us must decide if we believe that our Lord's commands are loving, purposeful, and right—or if we believe the lies of culture that damage and destroy people.

God's commands are all designed for our spiritual, emotional, and physical health. As our Designer, He loves us and knows what is best for us.
Please refer to the following resources so you can be aware of revisionist arguments and know how to respond to questions with biblical accuracy and grace.

Premarital Sex:

🚻 To read a verse of Scripture that strongly warns against premarital sex, see Premarital Excuses

🚻 To do a concise Bible study on this subject, see Clear Proof that Premarital Sex is Forbidden in Scripture.


🚻 To understand why premarital sex and adultery are against God's laws, see 2 Reasons for God's Commands About Love and Marriage.


This passage in Scripture is essential for understanding God's heart: Did You Know there's a Passage in Scripture that Addresses Gay Pride? 

To read four biblical reasons that hate crimes are condemned by God, read Hate Crimes.

For a thorough explanation of revisionist claims about 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, see: Don't Overlook Verse 11.

To understand the way revisionists are misusing Acts 10, see Confused Views of Acts 10.

To read about the strange revisionist view of Sodom and Gomorrah, see False Teachings About Sodom and Gomorrah

To read why the word homosexual was not used in English translations until 1946, see The Word Homosexual in Scripture

To read how revisionists are taking phrases and words out of context, see Taking Words and Phrases Out of Context.  

To read a collection of 1-minute devotions about homosexuality from a biblical perspective, please see Biblical Teaching on Homosexuality Archive


✔ To read what Scripture says about transgenderism, see What the Bible Teaches About Transgenderism.

To read my response to a letter a Christian sent me filled with arguments to justify transgenderism, see A Letter from a Reader.

Bible Love Notes 

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