Making Love vs. Going to Hell

Love… marriage… do they really go together?

Can two people who love each other really make-love

If the love can send them to hell?

If two people want to make love beautiful together,

Why would that send them to hell?

Because it hurts God. It betrays God.

It defies everything God stands for

And leaves us separated from Him.

Does that matter? Of course it does.

Love may see you through the night,

But hell will hold your soul eternally.

One night of heated passion

Can lead to an ever burning fire

That your skin will feel forever.

When you think of what God has done for us,

And how simple it is to marry,

You cannot justify the sin.

God allows for people who love each other to make-love.

He just asks for them to be committed to each other for life.

After all, if they love each other

They will be together for life.

Making love and going to hell,

If you do it without God,

It is exactly where you’re headed.

 

2-9-1998 Monday
Written by Gail Brookshire

7 thoughts on “Making Love vs. Going to Hell

  1. A very dicy issue in this generation, when ‘making-love’ has become the norm at first dates, and one-night-stands are as acceptable as a ‘hello’ in the morning. May the Lord give us devoted hearts; first to him, and then to the ones we claim to love. Amen.

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    1. The change of our conversations truly reflect the change of society. One of the questions I hear a lot of people ask people with kids is “Do they all have the same dad?” or to the guys “Are they yours?” In many ways it is a legitimate question, but very inappropriate and hurtful to ask. We need prayer. We need compassion. We need God.

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  2. Ooh that’s gonna cut someone like a knife but it’s true & it needs to be called out! Too many people are getting caught up in sexual sin & being complacent with it. But they wonder why they encounter so many struggles and strife in their relationships – it’s because they did things out of God’s order.

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    1. It’s not intended to offend or hurt anyone, but it is what God gave me. I use to be there. It actually use to be a huge struggle. But God can change a mind, a heart and a life! ❤ Praise His Holy Name. That's what I hope they see!
      Thank you, Tasha, for your honest and encouraging words! Accountability is key!

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