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>> Friday, 26 August 2011

My Attitude toward Sexual Instinct
Control the flesh and regard the instinct as a blessed activity
To develop the Christian attitude towards flesh and sex
Memory Verse:
“But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, to fulfill its lusts.” (Romans 13:14)
Genesis 2; l Corinthians 6 ,7
“Life of Chastity, the mystery of love, Sex and flesh, Christianity and Flesh,” Anba Bemin
“Questions about Chastity,” Archdeacon Ramsis Naguib
“Sex and its human meaning,” Kosta Bendly
“Youth and Pure Living,” by H.G. Bishop Moussa
“Body from a Christian View,” Dr. Adel Halim
The period of adolescence is charged with many feelings and emotions towards the opposite sex. It is very important that these feelings and emotions are directed and guided by the Holy Spirit within us and the love of Christ towards us. Clarification and understanding of the correct and Christian attitude towards sex is very important at this stage in life. It also requires a loving and non-judgmental guidance from a spiritual person.
Lesson Outline:
I. First: Why Did The Lord Create Sex In Man?
Refer to the Book of Genesis, chapter 2. The first aim is fellowship and unity; “The Two shall become one flesh.” Discuss the fellowship of marital love.
Be fruitful, multiply and fill the earth: Preserving human-kind. (What is the difference between man and animal in sex? The first is characterized by noble feelings and higher emotions, while animals are characterized by their sexual instinct and biological instincts).
A suitable companion to help man: The aim is cooperation and support in life so that man may not suffer loneliness and monotony, and one partner fills the psychological gap of the other.
II. Second: What Characterizes Sexuality In Man?
God blessed man.
Man is filled with noble emotions and sublime love.
Man strives for unity and fellowship; the unity of marriage is only broken by marital treachery.
III. Third: Our Attitude Towards Sex
We must not be ashamed of what the Lord was not ashamed to create.
One gender should not boast over the other since God made males and females equal, and in Jesus there is neither man nor woman as Christ is all in all.
Do not pay much attention to the sexual organs. Only keep them clean and let them develop naturally so that they may perform their message in marriage.
Do not excite them because they are sensitive, and this may lead the energy into patterns other than the essential aim they were created for.
We have to expect the sufferings faced in controlling this instinct if we desire a successful, pure family life later on. For the sake of this life, we have to endure and control ourselves in everything.
There are three fundamentals that may protect young people:
a. Controlling thoughts: keeping the senses pure, especially the eye and the ear;  “Set a guard over my mouth, O Lord, keep watch over the door of my lips.” “I have made a covenant with my eyes; how then could I look upon a virgin?”
b. Sports and hobbies: filling our spare time with spiritual, social and artistic activities and not going to bed until we feel sleepy
c. Spiritual life: (i) Seeking grace and the power of the Holy Spirit to overcome the desires of the flesh and sexual instinct. (ii) Praying, reading the Holy bible, confessing and receiving Communion are the best means that protect young people from sexual deviation and from falling into the bondage of sexual desires. (iii) Reading examples of people who followed the desires of the flesh then repented and became saints, such as St. Augustine, St. Moses the Strong, and St. Palagya. (iv) Spiritual fasting is considered a very important factor and the means of grace to overcome the desires of the flesh.
Sex in man is characterized by reverence. The Lord covered the naked flesh of Adam and Eve. The Christian man does not utter sexual words and does not speak about this topic without care. When he speaks about sex, he speaks with reverence and respect, as these are holy members that God uses as tools for putting the breath of life and creating man.
The sexual instinct is a blessing to man if it is used correctly for the right purpose, at the right time and with the spouse. The sexual instinct is a means of expressing love between the married couples who were united into Christ through the marriage bond.
Examine your thoughts and actions towards the opposite sex.
Seek guidance from your father of confession.
Educate others about the Christian understanding of sex.
Run an Internet search about the Christian attitude toward sex.
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Bishop Mousa, Bishop of Youth


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Bonded in the BrainX
New science confirms biblical view of sex
Many Christian parents must feel des-perate when it comes to trying to protect their children from a hyper-sexualized  culture that often encourages kids to ig-nore traditional morality.
So what should parents do? At the top of the list should be this: Don't be embarrassed nor apologetic about what the Bible says about sex.
The truth is, on the subject of sex, science is catching up to the Bible.
Pathways In the brain
Most of us probably remember health classes in which rudimentary sex education lessons taught us the basics of reproduction. We remember that the onset of puberty is driven by the sex hormones estrogen (girls) and testosterone (boys).
But human sexuality doesn't stop with estrogen and testosterone. There are other, less familiar names that represent forces that are just as powerful - and their primary work environment is the brain.
This is laid out in fascinating detail in Hooked: New Science on How Casual Sex Is Affecting Our Children, written by Joe S. Mcllhaney Jr. and Freda McKissic Bush. Both are obstetrician-gynecologists who have served in the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.
As Mcllhaney and Bush explain, the brain is a magnificent and wonderfully complex organ. It works by electrical impulses that flow through its basic cell - the neuron. These neurons communicate with each other through synapses, which function similarly to computer cables bridging the gaps between the cells. But even these cables do not connect to the neurons themselves. Neurochemicals complete the job of carrying information between the cells.
The existence of these pathways means the brain can be changed and molded - almost like a muscle. As patterns of behavior develop over time, the synapses regulating those particular behaviors become stronger. Likewise, the synapses governing infrequent activity weaken.
Sex is one of those behaviors that is sub-ject to patterns. This is why certain sexual habits seem to quickly find a pathway on which to proceed, giving those actions the sensation of ‘going downhill’ with little or no resistance. Those synapses have been strengthened by repeated activity.
So, for example, when a couple that has been sexually active breaks up, it is common for them, when they start dating someone else, to move quickly to a sexual relationship with their new partner. The pattern has been established, and it seems "natural" to head in that direction.
Bonded by sex
There's even more going on, however. In Hooked the scientific case is laid out that much of our sexual nature is actually brain-based, even while the actual sexual act is carried out in the genital region.
The activity of three chemicals is pow-erfully related to human sexuality: dopamine, oxytocin and vasopressin.
Dopamine is a chemical that produces good feelings in the brain.
"The official term for what dopamine does is 'reward signal' - that is, when we do something exciting, dopamine rewards us by flooding our brains and making the brain cells produce a feeling of excitement or of well-being," according to Mcllhaney and Bush.
In fact. Hooked suggested that infatuation - the giddy feelings accompanying the early stages of a romantic relationship - may very well be dopamine related as well. That's because tender glances, holding hands, hugging and other romantic gestures release dopamine. That is part of the "thrill" of a relationship that makes someone unable to sleep when he or she is "in love," or unable to think about anything else besides their beloved.
"However, sex is one of the strongest generators of the dopamine reward," they said. "For this reason, young people particularly are vulnerable to falling into a cycle of dopamine reward for unwise sexual behavior - they can get hooked on it."
According to Robert E. Rector in The Harmful Effects of Early Sexual Activity and Multiple Sexual Partners Among Women, when young people have their first sexual experience before age 16, they will usually wind up having more sexual partners than if they had waited until they were older than 20.
"Sexual behavior for this young group, once it has commenced, appears almost compulsive," said Mcllhaney and Bush. "This certainty correlates with neuroscientific findings that sex has an addictive effect on the brain."
Oxytocin and vasopressin
Another neurochemical is oxytocin. A woman's brain is flooded with oxytocin during labor, childbirth and breast-feeding, which creates a bond between the mother and infant.
But this neurochemical is also released during romantic moments between a woman and a man. "When two people touch each other in a warm, meaningful, and intimate way, oxytocin is released into the woman's brain," said Mcllhaney and Bush. "The oxytocin then does two things: increases a woman's desire for more touch and causes bonding of the woman to the man she has been spending time in physical contact with. This desire for more touch and the bonding that develops between a man and a woman often lead to the most intimate of physical contact, sexual intercourse."
Sex results in even greater amounts of oxytocin flooding the woman's brain, "causing her to desire this same kind of contact again and again with this man she has bonded to, producing even stronger bonding."
The male counterpart to oxytocin is called vasopressin, which, according to Mcllhaney and Bush, "seems to have two primary functions related to relationships - bonding of the man to his mate and attachment to his offspring."
Breaking up Is hard to do
It is easy to see that God has provided neurochemical "help" to married couples in order to make the marital bond strong and thus provide a secure and stable environment for the raising of children.
The dopamine "rush" during sex keeps a husband and wife coming back for more - helping to cement the relationship. And oxytocin and vasopressin make the bond even deeper.
No doubt this is part of the meaning behind God's statement in Genesis regarding marriage, that the man and woman "shall become one flesh" (2:24).
This bonding power of sex, insisted Mcllhaney and Bush, "is real and almost like the adhesive effect of glue."
However, that "glue" is intended for sex within marriage. Engaging in sex outside the parameters established by God brings pain and destruction. Here are only three dangers:
1. Bonding with the wrong person
Hooked makes it clear that both oxytocin and vasopressin are "values-neutral." The release of oxytocin, for example, "cannot distinguish between a one-night stand and a lifelong soul mate. [It] can cause a woman to bond to a man even during what was expected to be a short-term sexual relationship.... This can lead to a woman being taken off-guard by a desire to stay with him even if he is possessive or abusive."
This is true for adulterous affairs, too. Sex winds up bonding two people together even though their love is supposed to belong to a spouse.
In an article in Psychology Today, neu-roeconomist Paul J. Zak argued that "the oxytocin attachment system is pernicious. Sleep with someone enough and it is difficult not to become attached to him or her. This is why so many conventions proscribe adultery - precisely because the girlfriend now might become the wife later, leaving the first family in the lurch."
2. Painful breakup cycles
Who has not loved and lost - even without sex as part of the relationship? It is one of the most painful realities of life.
According to Mcllhaney and Bush, however, sex makes a breakup even worse. "When a couple is involved in even a short-term relationship and breaks up and then each moves on to a new sexual partner, they are breaking an [oxytocin and vasopressin] bond that has formed," they said. "This severing of the bond explains the incredibly painful emotions people often feel when they break up."
3. Degradation of bonding ability
When young people - or those of any age - engage in casual sex or a series of sexual relationships, they are putting themselves through a continuous cycle of bonding and breaking up. This has the potential to damage the God-given ability to bond later.
"Their inability to bond after multiple liaisons is almost like tape that loses its stickiness after being applied and removed multiple times," Mcllhaney and Bush said.
Crucifying the flesh
The cultural implications are staggering. Every time we expose young people to sexual imagery we are releasing the tidal power of these brain-based chemicals. Early exposure to pornography - or simply sex on TV - may be opening sexual pathways in the brain way before other faculties (like self-control) can be engaged.
Likewise, when we encourage dating at younger and younger ages we are putting our children into situations - i.e., on dates - during which touch and smell and holding hands and kissing are kick-starting the chemical avalanche that was meant to lead to life-long bonding.
Is it any wonder why kids are having sex at earlier ages, or why even pre-teens seem to have become sexualized?
Moreover, is it surprising that so many Christian kids are having sex - fully aware that their parents have taught them against it and the Bible says it's a sin?
This is part of the conundrum of human sexuality: We are not only spiritual beings but also physical - and our emotions and even our actions can be influenced by what is happening in our bodies.
However, as powerful as the forces in our bodies are, we are not animals. In terms of sex, we are not driven by mindless, instinctive urges but by desires and subsequent decisions. Animals have sex by instinct; humans have sex by choice.
The good news is that the Bible calls us to spiritually influence the body - and, we must assume, even the brain. What Scripture calls 'crucifying the flesh' or 'denying self (Gal. 5:24; Rom. 8:13; Matt. 16:24) is the restraint of actions that displease God. In turn, this weakens the synapses governing say, sexual experimentation, and it strengthens the syn-apses that allow more self-discipline.
Christian parents must begin to understand and then consistently communicate to their children the immense power of sexuality, because good intentions don't stand a chance when a kid is confronted by that power.
God created the power of sex. He also provided the terms of its use. It's time we understood both.
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From the Veil Prayer
O Lord and Master, Jesus Christ our God, grant us rest in our sleep, repose of our bodies, and purity of our souls; potect us from the darkness of devastating sin. May the pangs of pain subside, and the heat of the flesh calm down, and the turmoil of the body come to an end.
Grant us an alert mind, a humble though, a life full of virtue, and a pure and undefiled bed. Raise us up for the night and morning praises, steadfast in Your commandments, keeping in ourselves at all times the thought of Your judgments.
Grant us to praise You the whole night, blessing Your Holy Name which is full of glory and splendor, with Your Good Father and the Holy Spirit, the Life-Giver, now and at all times and unto the ages of all age. Amen.
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