- May 23, 2012
I agree, but I've yet to find convincing evidence biblical or otherwise that masturbation is a sin at least in every condition. I believe masturbation is a natural act proven by the fact that most all humans have been shown by research to practice it or having practiced it from a very early age. I see no sin in the physical act, only possible lustful sin in the mental incorporation used for its stimulation. I do believe that stimulation generated by memories of loving acts having been practiced in a loving marriage, especially where a spouse has passed away can be and are not just not sinful, but blessed by our maker. I repent if I'm wrong. May the Lord Jesus always guide us.
I'm sorry, you keep interject a secular humanist reason for masturbation. The idea of a person having an experience of sexual gratification with themselves because they are in thought or memories of what one calls " loving acts" while they think or have memories of one's spouse that has passed away, is a lie.
And to suggest God is some how playing a part in that so-called " loving acts" is deception.
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