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Sex, Marriage & Holiness

Covenant & Relationships

Part 4 • June 2, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg

Sometimes we treat God has if we’ve signed a contract and when we break it we expect ramifications. But covenant is different than a contract. When God makes covenants He keeps them even with the knowledge that we, all people, will break them. Understanding the idea of covenant helps us understand sex, marriage and holiness according to God’s design. Let’s talk covenant!

Holiness & Dating

Part 3 • May 26, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg

Can holiness and dating go together? Yes! Dating is not really discussed in the Bible, but can we date according to the Bible? Yes! So many people are looking for “the one” but really they should be looking for “the two.” When our relationship with God is the first priority in our lives, we find any fulfillment we yearn for in Him. Whether you are currently single or married no one person will bring you happiness outside of knowing God and depending on Him.

Two Extremes Re: Sex

Part 2 • May 19, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg

There are two extremes when it comes to sex, sex is god and sex is gross. For many people sex is worshiped because we often worship created things rather than the creator. For many followers of Yeshua sex is gross. If you grew up in a religious environment sex was either not talked about or it was only talked about negatively. In reality human sexuality is never an end in itself. It is a gift from God – a tool God gives to us to help a man and woman in covenant marriage develop the oneness He created us to have.

It's Just Sex

Part 1 • May 12, 2018 • Matt Rosenberg

It’s Just Sex…What’s the big deal? In this message we define sex, marriage and holiness according to the Bible. We answer the question, How do we honor God with our bodies? Sex is a gift from God when understood in the context of the intent of the one who designed it. So what does the Bible say about sex and what does it have to do with holiness? “It’s Just Sex” is part one of the series “Sex, Marriage & Holiness.”