What Women Want (2 of 4) by Brad Whitt
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Series: Sacred Sex: God's Glory And The Gift Of Sex
Song of Solomon 1:1-4
INTRO: I want you to take God's Word this morning and be finding your place at the Song of Solomon if you will. Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon. This morning we are going to continue in our series of studies on the sensitive subject of sex. And what we're talking about in this series is God's glory and the gift of sex. Sex was created by God, but sex was corrupted by sin. Sex finds its completion in Christ and it must be controlled by the Spirit. That's what we discovered last week.
Now, this morning I want to talk to the men, and I want to share with you , from God's Word, the secret of pleasing a woman.
ILLUS: Several years ago, before the Passion of the Christ, Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt starred in a movie about a chauvinistic advertising executive who had a freak accident and suddenly had the ability to hear what women are really thinking. As a matter of fact, the tagline of the preview said this: ''He has the power to hear everything women are thinking. Finally... a man is listening.'' Who can tell me what the name of that movie is? ''What Women Want,'' that's right.
Well, what do women want?
ILLUS: Somebody has said that women want, ''Hair that won't frizz, hose that won't run and husbands who will pick their dirty underwear up.''
But I'll guarantee you that any woman here this morning will tell you that they want a whole lot more than that. So guys, what do women want? (Silence) Let's face it; we really have no idea what women want, do we? We really have no idea what this most mysterious of creatures is feeling or thinking.
ILLUS: This past week, while I was at seminary, working through another one of my doctoral seminars, I had the TV on while I was working and I hadn't noticed that the news had gone off and some other kind of dating show had come on. It was one of these dating shows where they follow a co ...
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