Intercourse is good within the boundaries of marriage. It was never just meant for the continuation and multiplication of mankind, it also allows for the pleasure of a husband and wife’s personal intimacy.Unfortunately, this sacred holy concept of a healthy and vibrant sexual relationship has been maligned and misconstructed by society. There are terms relating to sexual relation outside of wedlock that are defined the same way, but have different meaning: Premarital sex is a sexual relationship between a man and a woman prior to marrying. Historically premarital sex is a moral issue which was a taboo in many cultures and is considered a sin according to the Bible. However, since the 1960s it has become more widely accepted by some. Fornication on the other hand is a general consensual sexual relationship between two people who are not married to each other.All these terms suffer from a certain degree of ambiguity as the definition of sex differs from person to person. To those who are married, both have a responsibility of meeting each other’s sexual needs without guilt or shame. The marriage bed is pure before the eyes of God. Hebrews 13:4 says: “Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.”However, because of the infiltration of worldliness, some people forget the privilege of a lifetime commitment to one person.There’s a mystery to the sexual union between a man and a woman committed only to one another without allowing the root of contentment to grow and that continues to confound the world. Now, what about the us the “fornicators”; the “impure” – who have already shared our emotional and spiritual connections with people whom we are not married to and not even in a relationship with anymore? We have formed a tight and sometimes unshakable bond with people with whom we are, or maybe not, on speaking terms with any longer. When you have sex with someone, you take on every connection they have and have made in the past. As the cycle continues, a web of connections slowly builds and then we are bogged down and stuck and we wonder why do we keep attracting the same personality every time. It’s because we have all this baggage and ties to people we have been intimate with and have not severed the bonds. It is called sexual intercourse (inter-course) it is an inter(nal) course that unites a man and woman; mind with mind and spirit with spirit. I know all this sounds too unexpectedly deep and somewhat graphic, but do not worry, there is a solution. Break the soul tie, pray against all sexual connections, soul stains, transference of odours and mutually formed habits especially when you have been in multiple relationships. Lastly, be careful who you connect with sexually.