FAQ #8

Episode 094 April 23, 2019


  1. Aaron T.

    You guys used my question at the beginning of the podcast. I have been waiting for awhile for this podcast and it was perfect. Thank you so much for helping me, I have learned and grown so much as a result of your direct and indirect help. I mostly just wanted to say thank you again and that I really appreciate what you have done for me and for others. My marriage has never been better, I love my wife and am learning to love myself. When I initially started the conquer series 3 years ago I didn’t realize how selfish and broken I was. I didn’t understand how I had covered up the hurts in my life and just managed them. But I can say now that I understand the point of all this, to have a great marriage and learn how to deal with trouble in life. It has been a long hard road, and I’m sure it will be longer still but I can say this; life is better today than it was when I was living in denial and hiding things from my wife and people I cared about.

  2. Fred D.


    Are wet dreams sinful?

    I think you skipped/avoided half the question. The wet half. You talked about troubling sex dreams and did a fantastic job discussing that.
    Sometimes sex dreams are wonderful, are about my wife, and can be very encouraging and uplifting. Is that sinful?
    Sex dreams, either troubling or wonderful, may or may not result in a wet dream. Are wet dreams sinful?
    Sometimes a wet dream can occur, with no recollection of a dream of any kind, either sexual or non-sexual.

    I read in other blogs on other sites where younger guys are troubled by wet dreams. Does a wet dream break your streak? Does a wet dream count against sexual purity? Is a wet dream sinful?

    Consensus among us older gents is that wet dreams are all natural, designed by God, and are in no way sinful.

    Your thoughts?

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