A_commitment_of_passion

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A commitment of passion | Print | Written by Sue Cameron When my friend Ashley* shared that her marriage was in trouble, I asked, “Are you intimate on a regular basis?” “Once a month or every other month – if I’m in the mood.” I took her hands. “You’re being very foolish. And you’re breaking your wedding vows.” Ashley shifted in her chair. “Sex just isn’t that important to me.” “I bet it is to your husband.” Like my friend, perhaps you never realized you made a promise to God to meet your spouse’s sexual needs. The wedding vow What does the wedding vow “to have and to hold” actually mean? I think it’s referring to an exclusive, mutually satisfying sexual relationship within marriage. We chose to be sexually available to our mate when we said, “I promise to have you and to hold you.” Living out this vow continues for the rest of our marriage. According to God’s design, you are the only person in the world who can legitimately fulFll this role. While mutual sexual faithfulness is commonly understood to be part of the marriage commitment, the concept of couples pledging sexual satisfaction to one another may be easily overlooked. Yet, the
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