Thursday, 29 May 2014

Satisfy him sexually, Your breast belong to Him not your child

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Now concerning the things whereof ye wrote unto me: It is good for a man not to touch a woman. Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife and let every woman have her own husband. Let the husband render unto the wife due benevolence: and likewise also the wife unto the husband. The wife hath not power of her own body, but the husband: and likewise also the husband hath not power of his own body, but the wife.
Defraud ye not one of the other, except it be with consent for a time, that ye may give yourselves to fasting and prayer; and come together again, that satan tempt you not for your incontinency”( 1 COR. 7:1-5).
Sex is an integral part of marriage. It often determines whether a marriage will be romantic or traumatic, endured or enjoyed. Wives should know that sex is compulsory and not optional in marriage.
- Men are passionate about sex 80% of marital crisis emanates directly or indirectly from sex
- When a man is satisfied sexually at home, he is not likely going to look for sex outside.
- Your response or personal hidden fantasy determines whether he is fulfilled having sex with you. Please discuss with him.
-  Tiredness, baby’s sickness, etc may not really affect his sexual appetite.
-  If you fail to satisfy him, strange women will do. Be wise.
-  Your cooking, dressing are nothing if you are a failure in the bedroom.
-  You cannot win your husband until you have won him in the bedroom.
-  Don’t be conservative in the bedroom but be sexy, edible, and be inviting. Put on sexy night        gown, panties and pajamas. If you have it, flaunt it to your husband.
-     Men enjoy it when their wives invite them for sex once in a while.
-      Men are sexually active than women and therefore have higher sexual appetite.
-      If sex is painful, consult your doctor and counselor, Also pray .bout it.
-      Men are moved by what they see; therefore let him see good in you
-    Your breast belongs to him, not to your baby. (Proverbs 5:18)
-     Spice up your sexual life with varieties.

go into on your own without God’s input may lead you into calamity and regret, if you did not acknowledge God, he will not make his knowledge available to you, if you fail to follow Him, His grace will not follow you, if your relationship is not Godly it will be ugly.
To find a life partner, start from Him who knows all things, who can do all things, who knows the end before it begins, who is all­ wise and all-knowing.
Never base your destiny on human judgment it can go terribly wrong, never choose without asking the father of all right choices.
If you are too hasty that you cannot wait for the ideal’ time you will end up with an ordeal, if you are in haste, you will have a rocky marriage.
Put God first if you want your marriage to last, pray, take time to listen to Him, take your time to obey His word, nobody win a battle fighting wrongly, nobody move forward, looking back.
Do not marry anybody because of money, car, wealth, house, gifts, position, lest you go astray, there is no two-way to it, if you are not following God, you are going astray, if you are not for Him, He is against you. He recognises only those that listen to Him (Rom. 8:14).
Your future should be much more important to you than anything you can ever gain now~ never allow your present appetite and passion to take you out of, the path of distinction.
There can never be’ any law that will work against you if you follow Him and obey His directives.
Marriage is too important to choose by election – Choosing base on what everybody is saying, or: by selection ­just selecting anybody that caught your fancy. Marriage, is not· just a physical relationship, it is divine, it must be based on revelation, it must be based on what He is saying. Not on what you are feeling feelings don’t last, but His word cannot fail, do not destroy your future by neglecting Him at this crucial hour of your life.
Everything can only be beautiful In His time, do it your way, have yourself to blame, do it His way and rejoice for the rest of your life. I have never seen a man that fails like a man that fails to acknowledge God. I have no doubt in my mind that you will be great and have a blissful home if you can just obey Him, for He is able to defend His word and He is faithful to the last.

How much do you really know about your potential spouse? (Photostock)
Perhaps you are dating seriously, your kids are dating seriously or you are in the process of preparing your kids to date seriously. Whatever the case may be, it’s important that you have ways to get to know your potential mate well.
By spending time with them, listening to the way they talk and observing the way they act, you will learn much about their character.
To go even deeper in understanding someone before you say “I do,” here is a list of questions to be sure you discuss together:
  • Are they a morning person or a night person?
  • Do they like to fall asleep to the TV or radio, or do they prefer quiet?
  • Are they neat or messy? Do they pick up after themselves?
  • Can they relax when there are chores to be done, or do they prefer working first, then relaxing?
  • How often will they want to go out socially as a couple, on their own or with their friends?
  • How much TV do they watch?
  • How much time do they spend on their phone, on Facebook, on Twitter, on Instagram, etc.?
  • How will you protect your time together? Will you set aside specific time each week for one-on-one time?
  • Where will they want to spend the holidays—with their family or yours?
  • How often will you spend time with each other’s family?
  • Do they like to exercise? How often? Do they expect you to exercise too?
  • Do they drink alcoholic beverages? How often?
  • Do they have the ability to make and keep friends? Do you like and respect their friends?
  • Do they want to live in the same town, or are they open to relocating?
  • Do they want to live in the city, the country or the suburbs?
  • How many children do they want?
  • How do they want to handle childcare?
  • How do they want to handle discipline?
  • Would they be open to adoption?
  • What are their religious beliefs?
  • How often do they attend worship services?
  • How often do they plan on attending services once you are married?
  • Do they plan on giving financially to their place of worship? If so, how much?
  • What faith will you teach your children?
  • What role will faith play in your day-to-day lives?
  • What are their views on divorce?
  • In what circumstances would they consider divorce?
  • Would they attend counseling if requested by you? At what point would they consider that an option?
  • What steps will they take to “affair-proof” your marriage?
  • What are their views on socializing with opposite-sex friends?
  • Do they currently have a savings plan? Do they actually have money saved?
  • Do they have a retirement plan?
  • Do they have debt? What kind of debt? Credit card debt? Student loans? Car loans?
  • Have they borrowed from family and friends? Do they still owe them?
  • Do they pay their bills on time?
  • Who will handle the bill-paying in your marriage?
  • How much will you spend on gifts for family and friends?
  • Do they have a budget plan for married life?
Ethics and Character
  • Do they have clear-cut ideas about right and wrong, or do they subscribe to situational ethics?
  • Will they lie if it makes things more convenient for them? (For example, calling in sick to work when they’re actually well, cheating or being misleading in business deals, or saying they never got a request for something when they simply forgot to follow through.)
  • How would they describe a person of good character?
  • Are they willing to do hard work, or do they want instant success and quick money?
  • Do they accept responsibility when they’ve made a mistake or try to blame others?
Personality Traits
  • Do they have a quick temper? How do they show it? Screaming? Pouting? Walking away? Throwing or breaking things? Driving fast? Physical violence?
  • Are they open to discussing sensitive subjects, or do they get defensive and withdraw?
  • Do they take prescription drugs for mental illness? Would they be open to taking such medication? Would they be open to counseling?
  • Do they hold a grudge, or are they forgiving?
  • Do they complain often about people, work or other things?
  • Do they criticize others, pointing out their flaws and shortcomings?
  • Are you a virgin? Is your potential mate?
  • How many sexual partners have you each had in the past? What does your potential mate think about those relationships?
  • What are your expectations for sex with your potential mate, both before and after marriage?
SourcBisi adewale is an international conference speaker on marriage and family life, the author of these best selling books: Secrets of an Irresistible Wife, Hot and Sizzling Marriage, 20 Highways to a successful  Marriage, Before you say I Do, and more than 60 other best selling books on marriage and family life.
He is the president of Family Booster Ministry and College of Marital Success (CMS) (Africa’s Premier Marriage Institute), Host of Family Booster Moments on TV, watched in many countries across the globe.
Bisi Adewale also hosts the popular Lagos Couples’ Conference and breakthrough for singles’ summit
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