Well, guess what I discovered and want to share with you?
Intercourse is more than just about sex when it comes to relationships, especially marriage. Let me be the one to assure you that sex is so much more than just sexual unity. It’s a romantic love language that should definitely be present in your love life. Intercourse with your spouse on a Christian level is founded in deep human communication and interaction, not just a good time in the bed.
See, it’s important to exchange thoughts and feelings verbally as well as nonverbally because it’s our psychological makeup to want to hear what our significant other is feeling. Sure, we can “sense” what they are feeling during intercourse, but most often we want to hear it. Genuine romance can be a lifelong session of intercourse in a marriage. When we’re stimulating that other person’s mind we’re hitting the correct spots both mentally and physically and leaving them fulfilled. You’re appealing to their love language creatively, clearly, and with much purpose.
Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages, also agrees when he says that “the number of ways to express love within a love language is limited only by our imaginations.” It should be a privilege to fully interact with our significant other using intercourse…romancing them to oblivion. At a minimum, we should always keep class and creativity at the forefront of our marriages. Stop making it solely about bedroom techniques and start making it about verbally enticing your man—or woman.
Hey, even the bible itself touches on intercourse and how it entwines with romance. Just take time and read the Song of Solomon…
What are your thoughts about romance and intercourse in a relationship? Any interesting or creative ideas you implement in your love life that you want to share?