And God saw all that God had made, and found it very good. And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day. All of creation, including the human body, is deemed "good". Our bodies are not unpleasing to God. Neither sexual organs nor sexual intercourse are obscene, for how could God create something that contains an obscenity? God created man and woman, and all their organs and functions, with nothing obscene in them.
Sexual Pleasure in Judaism: Who's giving it, Who's getting it & Why it's so important
The Sabbath and the Marriage Bed | Dam Mang
Every Friday night, it seems, my husband wants to have sexual relations. What do you think? The Bible makes no clear pronouncement about this matter one way or the other. As for Isaiah , almost no passage of scripture has been more misunderstood by Seventh-day Adventists. It has nothing to do with pleasurable activities on Sabbath. According to Genesis, it was on a Friday when God created two perfect, and perfectly naked, human beings, ideally suited for one another, and then immediately told them to relax and enjoy themselves.
The Joy of (Shabbat) Sex
Question: On Shabbat we are not allowed to put on a light or drive a car because they are regarded as acts of creation. So how can intimacy between husband and wife be encouraged on Friday night if that can lead to creating new life? It is true that Jewish law forbids certain acts of creation on Shabbat but the prohibition only extends to acts of creative labour that can be traced back to the construction of the biblical tabernacle. The Mishnah Shabbat enumerates thirty nine principal forms of such creative labour, which give rise to multiple derivative forms of labour. As society and technology develop, so too does the possibility of discovering new derivatives that can be linked back to the ancient principal forms of labour.
A cornerstone of Judaism and a delicious commandment: Everywhere, every week, take 25 hours to chill. A magical opportunity to enjoy some blessed rest and re-soul-ification! On this day humans are freed and commanded to explore themselves and their relationships until they attain the fullness of being. One important way? Making sure Jews do one thing on Shabbat