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Candace Cameron Bure: Society Has It All Wrong - Marital Sex Is "To Be Celebrated," Is "a Gift from God"

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When it comes to marital sex, there has been many misconceptions. Actress Candace Cameron Bure took the time to address those misconceptions. Instead, Bure suggests that marital sex is the “blessing of being married and committed to someone” and that jokes about longer marriages being sexless is not always true, especially when it comes to her life, according to FOX News.

“Sex obviously is important,” she told the network and went on to add that “sex within marriage gets such a bad rap” and stressed that sex within marriage is “to be celebrated” because it is a “gift from God to be within the constraints of marriage … and a huge part of marriage.”

“It’s an important part of the relationship that we make time for one another, that we still love each other both physically, you know, spiritually, mentally, all of the things,” said Bure. “It all comes hand in hand.”

Bure and her husband, former hockey player Valeri Bure, have been married for 26 years. The couple married in 1996 and share three children: Natasha, 24, and Lev, 22, and Maksim, 20, according to FOX News.

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Back in September, the former Full House and Hallmark actress gave an insight into her marriage on “Breakdown,” a podcast hosted by Mayim Bialik.

“Laughter is one of my love languages,” Bure told Bialik. “I grew up with comedians on the show [‘Full House’]. I’ve been around laughter my whole life. My dad’s a very funny man. Like, I love it. So, I need to have laughter in my life and that does come with a playfulness with my husband so when he can make me laugh – like, it’s the best.”

Bure’s comments on marital sex are a good reminder to married couples that it is a blessing.

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This blessing is found in Genesis 2:24, ESV, which states, “Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.”

In the society we live in, we may forget the purpose of sex. It is important as Christians to remember that within a marriage that man and wife are one flesh, which is why we must support our spouse physically, mentally, and spiritually, as God intended.

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Gloriel Howard is a dedicated wife, mother, and follower of the Lord. She enjoys traveling with her family, rescuing animals, helping others, and using her God-given talents to spread the Word to whoever she can.
Gloriel Howard is a dedicated wife, mother, and follower of the Lord. She enjoys traveling with her family, rescuing animals, helping others, and using her God-given talents to spread the Word to whoever she can.




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