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The Dangers Of Sex Outside Of Marriage. Part 1

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The subject of sexual sin is not something often dealt with, in an in-depth manner within church circles because this often stirs much discomfort.

Personally, I can’t say that I have walked in complete victory in the earlier years of my walk with the Lord. This is because although people taught in this area, they never went into any depth to bring understanding. Maybe my experiences and freedom in this area will help bring others into liberty.

This article should help some of you on a journey seeking to flee from the sexual snares that you may have become entangled with and also help those who are having sexual dreams but do not understand why.

The Origin Of Sexual Sin

In my book Nephilim Apocalypse, I state that the Bene Ha Elohim, also known as the fallen angels, conspired to pollute the gene pool of humanity. Their initial intent was to stop the advent of the Messiah. 

To accomplish this, they engaged in sexual intercourse with women to inseminate them with their seed. This act of rebellion released an insatiate desire for sexual gratification that was handed down to their offspring the Nephilim. 

The evil hybrids produced became disembodied after the deluge recorded in the book of Genesis and their continued slaughter under the conquest of Caanan. 

In their disembodied state, we call them demons. They continue to seek a means to express their sexual appetites through the use of human hosts.

Since the flood of Noah, these entities have handed men the knowledge to pollute the gene pool as before through science, violence, and perversion. 

Why are demons still sexually assaulting mankind?

Covenant

Many believers are unaware that spirits need legal permission to be able to enter into agreements to perform things. 

All activity in the eternal (spirit) world is subject to the legality of God’s word. 

When God spoke his laws into the universe, these became the same laws that evil entities also use in a perverted manner to forge legally binding agreements with humanity.

The act of sex is not merely a pleasure, but it forges legal agreements that bond people and spirits together. 

Again, if two lie down together, then they have heat, but how can one be warm alone? And if one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threestrand cord is not quickly broken.

Eccles 4:11-12

For this reason, demonic entities have been using one of the most powerful appetites on the planet to forge legally binding agreements through acts of sexual sin, and even the use of sexual dreams.

So why is sex so ensnaring?

Sex is firstly mental and spiritual before it ever becomes physical.

But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh. on a woman to lust after her hath committed. adultery with her already in his heart.”

Matt 5:28

God designed sexual appetites to be turned on within the safety of the marriage between a man and a woman. 

When the sexual appetite is switched on outside of marriage, those involved in the act will incur the penalties of illegal covenant agreements.

They also, open doors for spiritual entities to get involved in the illicit relationship. 

In a legal marriage covenant between a man and a woman, the Lord is the third party in that agreement. When sexual acts are engaged in outside a legal covenant, the participants are open to myriads of spirits, ready to enforce a curse.

Demonic entities operating behind the scenes have the intention of using their hosts to bring others under a curse. 

To do this demons enslave their hosts by flooding their minds with acts of perversion. But this cunning move also has spiritual legal implications when people physically or mentally engage in sexual sin.

Sexual sins have attached to them certain penalties;

  • For incest the penalty was death. Leviticus 20:11-12, 17
  • For Beastiality the penalty was death. Leviticus 20:15-16
  • For fornication or rape, the penalty was either death or a financial penalty. Deut 22:21, Deut:22:28-29
  • For adultery, the penalty was death or destruction. Deut 22:22, Proverbs 6:2
  • For homosexual sex, the penalty was death. Leviticus 20:13
  • For uncles and aunts engaging in sexual activities with the nieces and nephews, the penalty was barrenness. Leviticus 20:19-21

As we can see from the penalties listed above, the majority of these sins have as a consequence, the penalty of death, financial hardship and even barrenness. 

Some reading these cited scriptures may feel that they have escaped these penalties, but remember I stated earlier that sexual sin begins in the heart.

So even if you have the intent in your heart to commit sexual sin, according to the Lord it is as if you already did. If we go about our business after such thoughts without any repentance the penalty for sin is enforceable. 

In some instances, when a person dies without repenting of such sins, the penalties can be deferred and conferred to their offspring.

The LORD is longsuffering, and of great mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression, and by no means clearing the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation.

Numbers 14:18

So we realize from this that the true intent of the world of the demonic is to tempt us to impose curses upon ourselves. This is really what pornography is all about.

Not only are demons looking for a host to lust through, but they are also using trickery to ensnare humanity into curses.

These forces make evil covenants through sexual dreams when they find it difficult to get those they desire ensnared. They know that once they can get us to indulge through a dream then they can entrap us.

Likewise also these filthy dreamers defile the flesh, despise dominion, and speak evil of dignities.

Jude 8

I will discuss this further and give you some guidance and what to do to be free in part two of this

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