Solomon’s Proverbs: Sex
God invented sex, and Solomon had 1000 wives and concubines. The combination should be very good. Proverbs addresses this exciting and important part of your life. You should want to know the rules of the Inventor, and the advice of the wisest man with so much experience should provide further wisdom. Are you ready to have the best in bed?
Sexual Proverbs of Solomon: Audio Commentaries
“Let her be as the loving hind and pleasant roe;
let her breasts satisfy thee at all times;
and be thou ravished always with her love.”
Does breast size matter? The Inventor and Solomon, seeing 1000 different sizes, say no. He told his son to be satisfied with his wife’s breasts and ravished with her love. Optimal sexual pleasure is a choice, not a body or part.
“The mouth of strange women is a deep pit:
he that is abhorred of the LORD shall fall therein.”
Is there a deep pit in your future? Yes, if you listen to the flirting flatter of a whore! The praise of another woman is too much for most men to resist, and if you allow her the chance, the LORD will abhor you and let you fall in.
“Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad,
and rivers of waters in the streets.”
How is a wife better than a whore? In many ways, but one is her ability and willingness to give you a large, legitimate family! Solomon encouraged his son to appreciate this great advantage and to avoid any illegitimate unions.
“Can one go upon hot coals,
and his feet not be burned?”
Are you playing with fire? Can you play with fire and not get burned? If you even think of sex with a person you have not married, you are going to be burned! You cannot get away with it. God and men will judge you for it.
“Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain:
but a woman that feareth the LORD,
she shall be praised.”
What kind of woman makes love best? The secret is in this book. A queen mother gave it to her son. There are two features of women that are deceiving and disappointing, but there is one foolproof way to marry the best lover.
“But whoso committeth adultery
with a woman lacketh understanding:
he that doeth it destroyeth his own soul.”
Is adultery ever justifiable or understandable? No! Men may understand a thief stealing when hungry, but they will still punish him. Adultery has no such extenuating reasons; it shows a lack of understanding and destroys the soul.
“The thought of foolishness is sin:
and the scorner is an abomination to men.”
Are sexual fantasies okay, as long as I do not commit the act? No! Even the thought of folly is sin, and sexual sins are folly. Adultery in your heart is adultery in God’s eyes. Job was committed not to think on a maid. Beware!
“Stolen waters are sweet,
and bread eaten in secret is pleasant.”
Is adultery sweeter and more pleasant than the same old thing at home? No! There might be pleasure for a moment, but the end of adultery is death and hell! Only a fool would choose death and hell for a mere guilty moment.
“I have decked my bed with coverings of tapestry,
with carved works, with fine linen of Egypt.”
A beautiful bed is part of seducing a man. Wise men will take warning. Good wives will pay attention. Solomon warned his son in a lengthy parable of the ways a whore will attract her victim; noble wives could use a few lessons.
“Better is a dinner of herbs where love is,
than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.”
What is sex without love like? It is like a steak dinner with diners who hate each other! It would be far better to restore the relationship and have a plain salad. Wisdom learns that an increase in love will outdo any new position!