Happily Ever After: Growing Intimacy In A Sexually-Charged Culture Part 2

Happily Ever After?

January 25, 2015

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So...what DOES the Bible say about sex? When you live in a world where sex is bought, sold, underestimated and overhyped, discovering the truth about physical intimacy can be one challenging roadblock. But here's the good news: deep connection in your marriage is possible - in fact, that's been The PLAN all along... 

Join us as Pastor Mike continues our popular message series HAPPILY EVER AFTER

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1 Corinthians 6:18-7:7 / Mike Slaughter / January 24-25, 2015


HAPPILY EVER AFTER?

Growing Intimacy in a Sexually-Charged Culture Part 2

 

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              See this week’s journaling questions on reverse side for deeper reflection.

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Growing Intimacy in a Sexually-Charged Culture Part 2

 
Song of Solomon is a book that will most certainly make you blush, but at the same time it is hailed as one of the most romantic pieces of ancient literature.  This week we explore the story it shares of a young couple falling in love and growing in intimacy with one another.  Daily devotionals that accompany each day's reading are also available on Facebook. They are created by a great Ginghamsburg unpaid servant team. You do not have to be a Facebook user to access them. View here.
 
Day 1: Read Song of Solomon 1:1-8
What does this passage have to say to us about our attraction for one another?
 
 
Day 2: Read Song of Solomon 1:9-2:7
What does this passage have to say about valuing one another and the role that plays in intimacy?
 
 
Day 3: Read Song of Solomon 2:8-3:11
What does this passage have to teach us about intimacy and getting to know one another?
 
 
Day 4: Read Song of Solomon 4:1-5:1
This passage is describing the couple’s wedding night. What does this passage have to say about true intimacy and the payoff for guarding it until the time is right? Is this something that translates even after you are married? Explain.
 
 
Day 5: Read Song of Solomon 5:2-6:13
What does this passage have to say about conflict and intimacy?
 
 
Day 6: Read Song of Solomon 7:1-8:4
What does this passage have to say about the role of romance for growing in intimacy?
 
 
Day 7: Read Song of Solomon 8:5-14
What does this passage have to teach us about the relationship among
intimacy and trust and loyalty?

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1 Corinthians 6:18-7:7 / Mike Slaughter / January 24-25, 2015

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