The story is told of a young boy who came to his father one evening, piece of paper in hand, and asked, “Dad, what is sex?” The father swallowed hard and then began “the talk.” Thirty minutes later he asked his son, “Do you understand?”
If you play with fire, sooner or later you’re going to be burnt. Proverbs 6:20–35 gives us some very practical warnings to help us not to burn our clothes on the hot coals of adultery and sexual sin.
The concepts of manhood, womanhood and marriage are under increasing attack in the age in which we live. Many sceptics of Christianity declare that Jesus said nothing about these matters, but in fact Jesus directly addressed this subject in the Gospel of Matthew, giving us
As observed briefly the last time we were in Proverbs 5, this is a chapter that both warns against sexual sin and celebrates marriage. Solomon contrasts Lady Folly with Lady Wisdom. Lady Folly seeks to seduce those who are in covenant relationship with God—not only