Let’s Talk About Sex - Win the Day


Let’s Talk About Sex


Air Date: 4/24/21 - What is God’s plan for sexuality and the expression of it?  In today’s episode, Pastor Nat looks at God's design for sex and His desire for us to enjoy this gift to the fullest. 

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a year ago
When I fully understood about sex, only in marriage this is where God has in tented to be more orportant.
a year ago
Think you pastor Nat I have some struggles of my own Thank you Lord for making in a scape for being tempted
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a year ago
No one is free from the battle. We all battle in the mind and by God's grace we can acting upon those thoughts.
a year ago
Psalm 116:1–2
“I love the Lord, because he hath heard my voice and my supplications. Because he hath inclined his ear unto me, therefore will I call upon him as long as I live.”

“Pray. As you talk to Heavenly Father and pour out your heart to Him, you will draw closer to Him. Then pause, stop, and listen to the feelings of your heart. Seek to understand the promptings of the Spirit. As you pray sincerely, you will come to feel Heavenly Father’s great love for you.”
a year ago ( updated 5 months ago )
Pastor Nat today you and I disagree 100% on what you said about gender. In fact we are not all male and female again fact. As well we can not choose and pick verses from The Holly Bible to fit a topic.
I believe I stated this to you previously when I asked you to listen to WBCL.

God speaks further on this issue and as we know God does not make mistakes.
Jesus said I died for you "come to me as you are", not as male or female. That is a short truth. I have spoke on this issue with many others who call themselves men of God from around the world.

Now I can agree that two become one when they come together as partners in life and abide by be completely monogamous to God and each other.

That being said you know again how I feel about you as a person from things I have posted. I simply have to disagree with what you said today. I would not be the only one. Sexual sin can be as easy as a man or woman looking at another with lustful thoughts.

Let me stop here for I don't believe it is the place for discussion on this issue.

Still have the respect for as I have from start. Let us never put God in a box or translations as the complete understanding of God's Word.

Still Thankful and Blessed to have you as a coach.
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a year ago
Pastor Nat just got your reply the verse in which you mentioned is to all sin. I listed very clearly for you two different links that in fact speak to the verses you gave as well to this verse you are trying to use for sex yes as a whole not as to sexuality. We speak of interpretation but that is what you give daily. It is not just these who did the articles their several on just this topic even in Matthew. When reading the Holly Bible we each do so seeking God's message, truth but never can we put God in a box for He is Greater than we.

I have spoken to this issue with other's worldwide as well as I stated. That includes my Dad which understanding was as your's is. That being said "interpretation" is what we read as even though we can debate this issue. I can come back to to many books of The Holly Bible that speak to this and all sin for no sin is greater, we are to live by The commandments.

Thank You for again giving your interpretation of The Holly Bible.
a year ago
Joey, thanks for the articles. While I appreciate the scholars' desire to address the topic biblically, they stray from the historical interpretation on this topic. A book to pick up is "The Bible and Homosexual Practice" by Robert Gagnon. Generally speaking, any new "interpretation" of Scripture should be heavily questioned in my opinion.

You are right that sin is the problem and brings God's judgment. Regardless of the root of the problem, homosexuality is a sin according to the Bible (Rom 1:26-27, 1 Cor. 6:9). I like how one person continued from the text of 1 Cor. 6:11: "No matter our proclivities or attractions, we cannot continue to define ourselves by the very sins that crucified Jesus—and at the same time assume we are right with God. Paul lists many of the sins that the Corinthians once practiced (homosexuality is on the list). But in 1 Corinthians 6:11, he reminds them, 'That is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God'. In other words, some of the Corinthians, before they were saved, lived homosexual lifestyles; but no sin is too great for the cleansing power of Jesus. Once cleansed, we are no longer defined by sin."

Thanks as always for the dialogue!
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