I was four years old and I asked my mother this question—where do babies come from? And I asked so many questions as a kid, as I do today, that I finally wore her out.
She told me, when I was four, where babies come from. She said, “Ed, babies grow in their mommy’s tummy.”
I said, “Mom, did I grow in your tummy like that?”
She said, “Yes, honey.”
I said, “I don’t believe you.”
Now, after 24 years of marriage and four kids later, my mom was right! I believe her; she was speaking truth.
The sexual revolution that began the 1960’s ushered in change, because the word “revolution” means change. But, the true definition is change that ushers in something better. So here’s the question—are we better off four decades later? Are we better off after the sexual revolution? Could it be that we’ve been sold a bill of goods? Could it be that we’ve been lied to? Could it be that the revolution was really sort of an illusion that caused widespread pollution? I don’t know. It’s a good question to think about, though.
At Fellowship, we’re going to begin, during this series, a sexual revolution. We are going to bring about, obviously through the power and the grace of God, a sudden change, a change for the best. Because often, when we look at a bed, especially in church, it makes a lot of us nervous. Some of you are tense right now and you’ve already told the person seated next to you, “What’s up with this? They brought a bed in church? That is just freaky. I don’t like that!”
Well, herein lies the problem. For far too long, we’ve kicked the bed out of church and the church out of the bed. During this series, we’re going to bring the bed back to church and the church back in bed, because sex is worship.© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Ed Young Jr
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