- God did not invent sex without a way to direct and harness it. Alongside sex, he created marriage.
- Our brains actually reflect the design God has for sex and sexuality: commitment!
- One of the biggest things to know about sex and sexuality is that it serves to remind us of our relationship with God, and how, ultimately, only he will fulfill us.
Sex is powerful, but it cannot fix brokenness. In fact, it often makes healthy relationships healthier and unhealthy relationships less healthy. Why do you think it does?
It might seem more explicit, but what do you think the stats in part 4 about orgasms point to? Why are these stats significant? Again, be respectful with your answers!
Why is God the only one who can fulfill us? Don’t be afraid to dive deep!
Read 1 Corinthians 7. Paul’s instructions on sex and relationships can often seem strange to our ears, and perhaps most strange is the way he encourages those who are single to remain so, as he is. Why would Paul encourage this? What reason does he give in the verses? Have you seen Paul’s ideas celebrated in your community, or not celebrated?