"... the joy of the LORD is your strength." (Neh. 8:10)
is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled."
02 - Sexual Fulfillment
(The Following Information Is From Dr. Paul Cameron)
Facts About Homosexual Marriages
Medical Consequences of What Homosexuals Do
What Causes Homosexual Desire And Can It Be Changed?
04 - Guidelines For Sexual Abuse Counseling
05 - Physical And Behavioral Indicators of Child Abuse And Neglect
God's Greatest And Most Severe Judgments
Love or Infatuation
Love or Infatuation
Infatuation --- is instant desire. It is one set of glands calling to another.
Love --- is friendship that has caught fire. It takes root and grows --- one day at a time.
Infatuation --- is marked by a feeling of insecurity. You are excited and eager, but not genuinely happy. There are nagging doubts. Unanswered questions, little bits and pieces about your beloved that you would just as soon not examine too closely. It might spoil the dream.
Love --- is quiet understanding and the mature acceptance of imperfection. It is real. It gives you strength and grows beyond you --- to bolster your beloved. You are warmed by his presence, even when he is away. Miles do not separate you. You want him nearer. But near or far, you know he is yours and you can wait.
Infatuation --- says, "We must get married right away. I can't risk losing him."
Love --- says, "Be patient. Don't panic. He is yours. Plan your future with confidence."
Infatuation --- has an element of sexual excitement. If you are honest, you will admit it is difficult to be in one another's company unless you are sure it will end in intimacy.
Love --- is the maturation of friendship. You must be friends before you can be lovers.
Infatuation --- lacks confidence. When he's away you wonder if he's cheating. Sometimes you even check.
Love --- means trust. You are calm, secure and unthreatened. He feels that trust and it make him even more trustworthy.
Infatuation --- might lead you to do things you'll regret later, but
There Is No Second Chance After Death!
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