The following are perverted excerpts from Dr. Jack Schaap's book, "The Divine Intimacy."
*The numbers beside the quotation indicate which page number and paragraphs the quotes were taken from.
3. ^ Marriage The Divine Intimacy, Hyles Publications 2005. Page 42 pp3
4. ^ Marriage The Divine Intimacy, Hyles Publications 2005. Page 42 pp3
5. ^ Marriage The Divine Intimacy, Hyles Publications 2005. Page 43 pp1
6. ^ Marriage The Divine Intimacy, Hyles Publications 2005. Page 44 pp2
7. ^ Marriage The Divine Intimacy, Hyles Publications 2005. Page 44 pp3
#6. Psalm 119:30 says, “I have chosen the way of truth: thy judgments have I laid before me.” That word laid is a sexual term which literally means the same thing as a man laying with a woman. God was saying that God’s laws should be as intimate as a marriage partner in a sexual liaison.
#7. In the next verse, David gets more graphic. “I have stuck unto thy testimonies: O LORD, put me not to shame.” that word stuck means “the act of a man entering his wife”; it is sexual intercourse. God says that the Word of God should be the Christians lover, and nothing should be closer to him than the Bible. The Words of God are supposed to be the most intimate lover of his life.
#3 & 4. When a person takes the bread during the Lord’s Supper, he is not actually eating Christ’s body. That person is saying, “This element represents something.” The person who deeply loves Christ understands that when he receives Christ as Saviour, it is a spiritual intercourse. A person receives the body of Christ. A Christian is the female gender in the spiritual realm, and God is the male gender of the spiritual realm. When a person receives Christ as Saviour, he is receiving Christ as a lover.
#5. (This paragraph starts on page 42) When a person acts out by his life actions that lie about the truth of the Bible, God gets very upset. Nothing symbolizes more of what God has with the believer like romantic, intimate, physical intimacies between husband and wife. The wife receives her husband’s body. Ephesians 5:23 says that the husband is Christ in the home. When a wife receives her husbands body, she is saying, “I just want to remind You, Christ, that I am receiving You.” Salvation is not attained by having physical intimacy any more than by taking the Lord’s Supper, but they are both symbols of how Christians get saved.