The Gift August 22, 2010Posted by lizp4 in Uncategorized.
When you think of all the problems that surround the sexuality of humans, it makes you wonder why we even have such a thing. Wouldn’t it just be easier to divide like a single-celled creature, or be able to grow a new person from a severed digit or something? The “fun” part of our sexuality is a nice thing the Father added to make us want to “go forth, multiply, and replenish the earth,” so can we blame Him for wanting to populate the world with unique souls whose only function in life would be to love Him for His own sake, and live in such a way that they would be with Him forever after a few tests on earth? (But, have we humans ever liked tests?) We, being human, have managed all down through history to entagle ourselves in one problem after another that stems from our misunderstanding and misuse of the true meaning of this gift.
One barrier against licentiousness after another has been demolished, until we have reached a point that only the most depraved acts are left to be exploited. For example, gossip has it that “The Good Wife” is going to be featuring a “simulated” event of sex of the oral kind on its next show. I don’t even want to imagine what the next “breakthrough” event might involve, or where or when it will occur. One look at a “pride” parade will tell you that orgasms are the most important things in some peoples’ lives, far above honorable behavior and self-respect.
Sex is with us, and has been, obviously, from the beginning, for better or worse. It doesn’t take us long to see that every culture on the earth has its sex-related rules and taboos, and people who don’t abide by those rules are driven out or punished…except, apparently, in America. In America, we say “virtually anything goes,” and back it up by demanding sex education in the lowest grades, saturation levels on all forms of entertainment or information, or that two men or two women be allowed to “marry.” (My question here: Why only two?) Aside from the fact that such a thing simply isn’t possible, it defeats the main purpose of sex, which is fruitfulness, by being a barren sham.
Sex is also not a weapon, strictly speaking, but it’s no secret that the leftists have for many years adhered to the idea that giving the rabble all the sex they want keeps them anesthetized to the fact that their freedoms are being filched, that their morals and sensibilities are being treated like medical conditions to be cured, medicated, or excised.
Sexualizing everything, then desensitizing a culture to igonore sexual depravity and excess, is the kind of weapon Satan would use, since he knows that some people will do anything, even to risking death, for one more orgasm. It stands to reason that such addiction can be a useful tool for the undermining of faith in God, if one waits patiently enough.
Have we gone too far? Is there a way to turn it back, at least to something a little less outrageous, blatant, over-the-top, or disgusting? Possibly, if there were enough people willing to commit to a course of restoring sex to its rightful place in society, to starve outlets and purveyors of licentiousness out of business, but the chances are slim, and the options are few. Drying up sources for pornography might work, but nowadays, with sex the hottest-selling item on the internet, the chances for doing this are not good, either.
it looks like we will have two choices: We will either fall into Satan’s lap like ripe plums, or we will wake up, come to our senses, and do what needs to be done to restore the dignity of American society and the sacred nature of marriage and sex.