Take a simple example of eating, is eating on the sabbath day work, pleasure or self satisfaction? It may be necessary to humbly and affectionately urge, even at the risk of his displeasure, that she cannot debase her body by yielding to sexual excess. If He did, we will know for sure that we are committing sin by having sex on the Sabbath. Likewise, our creations are not evil. Friends if we forbid sexual intimacy are we then saying we cannot tell our loved ones how much we love them on the Sabbath Day, for i believe sexual intimacy is an expression of love.
Now, if you figure that your average newborn is somewhere around 7 pounds -- and even if you figure that the woman takes care of the internal half -- holy shit that's still a lot of raw building materials for the man to provide. Gossiping, catching up, church politics, finishing their businesses and own agendas, amongst so many The Marriage Covenant After Adam expressed his excitement at the sight of Eve and exercised his authority by naming her, YHWH united them in set-apart matrimony, saying: They didn't even know it was possible for a single sweaty night to lead to a baby -- they thought it took way more work than that. It seems obvious to me that we should take reasonable steps to ensure proper hygiene, and then let the ceremonial law stay nailed to the cross where it belongs. It should be apparent, by now, that I have nothing to urge, either way, in regard to whether or not any particular married couple should choose to engage in physical union during the holy hours of the Sabbath.
SETH: How the Jews invented God
We have learnt a lot on this discussion. A man can rise no higher than his conception of God. Workings of man set to ply out historical life, re-regaining the flower of the fruit of his tree. Getty "Honey, do you think you could narrow down your standards? The darkness of chet is too much.
Lastly, I have a question for you: But remember the Bible says that "WE" as Laodicians are in a condition of continual blindness. This perversion has even influenced many Christian's view of sex as something taboo. But she did not define what "sexual excess" was in this context. When there are clouds and when there is rain, the Sun still shines.