“Sex was ordained by God to bind couple, do it well to save your homes”-Presby pastor
“Sex was ordained by God to bind couple, do it well to save your homes”-Presby Pastor, Rev George Boakye has said unless the couples agree to abstain from sex during the fasting period for reasons best known to them, they are at liberty to do it with no biblical restrictions.
A Reverend Minister with the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Ebenezer congregation in Sunyani, Rev George Boakye has said, sex was ordained by God to create bonds between couples hence the need for couples to master in that office to save their marriages.
He said, according to the biblical principles God specifically indicated the need for sexual relationships among couples hence the need for couples to take charge of their sexual life and make it fun.
That, according to the Rev Ministers helps in bringing peace and harmony in the home.
Speaking on Ark FM’s Afisem, Rev George Boakye called on couples to make their sexual life part of their daily routine.
Rev George Boakye however called on men to take absolute control of the sexual life in the house as they are naturally made to call for the act and do it well to satisfy their wives.
He touched on Dual sex partners, sex starving, and unsatisfactory sexual intercourse, sex punishing and sexless marriages as some challenges that affect the sexual lives of couples.
The Rev Minister further touched on some ways couples can ensure effective sex in marriages. He said the adaptation of some sex jargon and some techniques in communicating feelings for sex to partners goes a long way in sustaining a marriage.
Reverend George Yeboah Boakye however said fasting is never a barrier to sex in marriages.
According to him, the Bible never stated that couples cannot have sex during fasting supposing they agree to do so.
He said unless the couples agree to abstain from sex during the fasting period for reasons best known to them, they are at liberty to do it with no biblical restrictions.
On her part, Marriage coach Honourable Veronica Tuffuor Berko, a wife, a mother and a career woman advised women to work on their selves to prevent their men from seeking sexual satisfaction elsewhere.
Nana Ama Asiedu, Bono Region