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There are different forms of soul ties, but I want to focus on the one that seems the most difficult to break.
Run from sexual sin! No other sin so clearly affects the body as this one does. For sexual immorality is a sin against your own body. -1 Cor. 6:18
I know we all make mistakes and we all have a past, but are you willing to wait until marriage to have sex? God reserved sex for marriage because he knows that the two of you will become “one.” Many of us lie about “love at first sight,” but really it was more like “lust at first sight.” How can you fall in love with someone you don’t know?
This explains why a man leaves his father and mother and is joined to his wife, and the two are united into one. -Gen. 2:24
When you have a soul tie you take a little bit of that person’s spirit with you. After the two of you have sex your souls become intertwined, and now you may feel a little “crazy” all of a sudden and start to stalk him or her. That’s because the person you had sex with was a little crazy, but sharing your body with them blinded you to that fact.
In the movie “Fallen” starring Denzel Washington, spirits are constantly transferring from one person to another. The same principle applies when you have sex with someone that you aren’t married to; you allow their unclean spirits to take up residence in your body.
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Having multiple sex partners will cause you to lose your “stickability” and make it easy to accept divorce as an option once you get married. Think of it this way: when you put a piece of tape on your clothes in order to remove lint, the tape will no longer stick after it has been used a few times. It is God’s intent for us to “stick” to our spouse and not be that used piece of tape. Have you lost your stickability?
Get married on purpose, not under circumstance
— Shon Hyneman (@1DrLove) July 28, 2014
Now if you haven’t had sex with someone you’re dating and the relationship just doesn’t work out, you won’t behave violently when it’s over. However, if you have had sex with them, you may scrape a key across their car doors or put sugar in their gas tank once the relationship ends.
Have you ever broken up with someone that you used to have sex with only to find yourself still running into them on a regular basis (even though you’re currently dating someone else)? It’s a very uncomfortable situation. Sex is sacred and should never be used for comparison. Everybody should not know how you “work it” in the bedroom; that privilege should only be granted to your spouse.
Or do you not know that he who is joined to a prostitute becomes one body with her? For, as it is written, “The two will become one flesh.” -1 Cor. 6:16