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Prepare For Sex In Marriage


Someone is soon going to ask me what I’m up to today. . .

I’m up to good. I have had the urge to write on this subject for a while now, I believe it’s time now. The church usually shies away from the subject of sex in marriage. Many can’t even say the word “Sex”. But that’s the name now. And to face the fact, it is a major factor that leads to discord in marriages, and christian marriages are not left out.

I’m actually focusing my attention on my beautiful single sisters today.

” If you fail to prepare, you are prepared to fail”

Do you know that saying?

Well, I think it’s true. You must prepare your mind for sex in marriage. Sex is God’s gift to His children. It is to be enjoyed STRICTLY within the confines of marriage. And enjoy it you should – IN MARRIAGE.


The mind is the greatest organ of sex. So, you must train your mind. Prepare your mind that you will enjoy sex in your marriage.

I am usually startled when I hear how women portray sex as if it’s some hard task. They make it sound like it’s only the man that should enjoy sex in marriage, and the women are only tools to satisfy the men.  Well, sorry, it’s not true.

Shortly before I got married, I read several books on lovemaking in marriage.

As I prepared for the wedding, I went shopping for stuffs for the honeymoon with one of my sisters from the fellowship. We entered a lingerie shop and I picked the most ‘sexy’ ones out. I guess she was wondering what had come upon ‘Sister’ Lola because she advised me to pick some more ‘modest’ types to which I decided against anyway.

Let me tell you something, lovemaking in marriage is the binding of the souls. Your spirits get entwined. Take it From me, lovemaking in marriage is spiritual.

I went into marriage armed with necessary knowledge. I was loaded with ideas. I researched the essentials of lovemaking to an extent just before the wedding. The ‘theory’ prepared me for the ‘practical’. . . At least it made it easier to adjust to my new life after the wedding. This didn’t reduce my spirituality. And I am still very spiritual to the glory of God. Amen!




I am practically getting tired of the sickness in marriages caused by a preventable factor. We need to do something about it. I guess we can start by talking about it. Let the change start with us daughters of Zion. Please, have a change of mindset.

Sex in Marriage is like lubricant to the engine of your marriage – It will help it run well. Sex in marriage is not sin or dirty. And it is not a chore to be dreaded. It’s a gift from God for the entwining of couples in ways they cannot be joined to any other person.

I trust God that this seed will produce good fruits.

May the Lord increase our understanding.

You might want to watch this VERY IMPORTANT video message for women about sex in Marriage . . .

~OMOSEBI Mary Omolola, PhD

Omosebi Mary Omolola (PhD)

Omosebi Mary Omolola (Ph.D) is a lover of God, a disciple of The Lord Jesus Christ and a teacher by calling. She is on assignment to groom godly youths and women through the help of the Holy Spirit in this end-time. She treasures family. She has a strong desire to see marriages thrive in this troubled world. She speaks and writes passionately about marriage, relationships, and Christian living. She enjoys a beautiful marriage with her husband and best friend. She is a mother, writer, an entrepreneur and researcher and teacher of Food Science and Technology.

4 thoughts to “Prepare For Sex In Marriage”

  1. Thanks Dr Omosebi Mary Omolola. This is a series issue in the Christian marriage. This has scattered some homes. I think we need to face it now. The way God has designed the marriage, it’s for the couple to get closer to each other and sex will surely bring this intimacy between them.
    Thanks for dwelling on this and I believe it’s going to bring a good result in keeping one’s home to stand and not divided.

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