God, the author of all true love, is the creator of human sexuality. As we understand God’s astonishing love, we can better understand His amazing love for us.

The Bible tells us that God is love (1 John 4:8). It was this great love that motivated Him to create the earth and all that is in it.

It was love that led God to declare, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness . . . So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them (Gen. 1:26).

It was God’s loving hands that formed the first man, Adam, out of the dust of the ground, and breathed life into his nostrils. It was the Creator’s hands that gently took a rib from Adam’s side and formed the first woman, Eve.

And it was God who united and blessed that perfectly formed male and female couple, telling them in love to “Be fruitful and multiply” (Gen. 1:28).

It was God who gave the gift of sex, wrapped up in love between a man and a woman, united and blessed by Him. But love is much more than the act of sexual intimacy.

Join us here as we explore the biblical meaning of true love in its different dimensions and as expressed in human sexuality.

When Did God Create Love, Sex, and Marriage? What Was It Like?

Have you ever wondered about the origins of love, sex, and marriage? The Bible offers a fascinating account of how God created human sexuality and what it was like in the beginning. Let’s explore the divine origins of human sexuality.

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Have you ever looked into the eyes of a newly married couple and seen the joy and promise of a fresh start, a life journey undertaken together? This isn’t just a modern human construct but a divine plan that dates back to the very origins of humanity in the Garden of Eden.

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Lori was on the phone to her mother, Rachel. “But Andy should know exactly what I need, because he loves me!”  Rachel was quiet for a moment. Then she said, “When Tyrell cries, do you always know what he needs?”  “No, of course not, but he’s just a baby!”  “Maybe, but you love him, so doesn’t that mean you know exactly what he needs all the time?”

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