A couple of weeks ago I mentioned the issue of breaking soul-ties. Then Paul quotes Moses. He makes reference to the original wedding in the Garden of Eden to make the point that when two bodies come together sexually, they create a union of one flesh.
The bad choices we make concerning companionship bring us into bondage through the soul ties that form through agreement. Jesus came to set us free, but the bonds formed by ungodly associations take us captive. There are many ways that ungodly soul ties form, but common ways this happens include the following:.
February 20, by Vernon Rempel. There are only eight Bible verses that directly speak about same-sex relations. This is a much longer piece than I posted earlier, and looks at each of the eight passages, as well as making some contextual observations.
Common Soul ties definition: A spiritual connection created through a sexual relationship. Biblical: All relationships contain a spiritual component to them. These relationships or soul ties can be formed biologically, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally. Some of these connections are destructive and ungodly, and commonly referred to as soul ties.
Sex was designed to be good. Within the context of marriage, it is good. Physical intimacy grows more meaningful the better you know your partner and the more you care for them.
The Bible speaks of what is today known as soul ties. In the Bible, it doesn't use the word soul tie, but it speaks of them when it talks about souls being knit together, becoming one flesh, etc. A soul tie can serve many functions, but in it's simplest form, it ties two souls together in the spiritual realm.
Sex is a tridimensional experience: spirit, soul and body. Anytime you have sex with a person, you bond with them. Daniel Amen writes in his book, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life"Whenever a person is sexually involved with another person, neurochemical changes occur in both their brains that encourage limbic, emotional bonding.
Sex is more than just a physical act. There is also a deep spiritual aspect to sex. But you probably knew that already, didn't you? Or at least you may have had an inkling of it in your soul.
Soul Ties. They came to mind when gospel singer Erica Campbell posted this quote on her Instagram page. Sex is more than a physical act, it is a spiritual one.