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G-Spot

G-Spot … It’s not what you think! But I’m glad you visited here anyway if you’re here by mistake!

For decades, especially since a lot of studies in the 1950’s and 60’s about what healthy sex was, the g-spot became relegated to the bedroom. Long before that though, and in a much larger presence since, anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists and religious experts research and teach about the Godspot, a place which has given birth to a science called Neurotheology (new one for me!).

From the National Institute of Health, Neurotheology is “also known as “spiritual neuroscience”1, is an emerging field of study that seeks to understand the relationship between the brain science and religion.2 Scholars in this field, strive up front to explain the neurological ground for spiritual experiences such as “the perception that time, fear or self-consciousness have dissolved; spiritual awe; oneness with the universe.”

Isn’t fascinating that the entire world is seeking a spot where they find what they are looking for?

The music group Anointed released the song Godspot ion their album Anointed in 1999.


Began a new life
Found a love of your own
Got someone by your side
Now you don’t have to be alone
But you find yourself in need
Of more than what they can give
And it’s taking all your strength within
To get them to understand

Well there’s a place within the soul
There’s a place where nobody knows
It’s a place, some they come and go
But no one can fulfill the Godspot
A place (yeah) that’s in demand
Need a lot of love someone to understand
It’s a place where only He can
Cause no one can fulfill the Godspot
(oh, no, no)
Always surrounded
By so many many friends
They were like family, (yeah)
Promised to be there ’till the end
But then you realized you gave
Too much of your heart away
You put all your trust in them
You thought
When everyone has let you down
Remember God, He’ll always be around
And when life seems impossible
Trust in Him, and you will find He’s able
Yes, He’s able, yeah
Yes He is.
I’m trying to say that things and people
Will never satisfy
Cause there is nothing or anyone
Who can take the place of God
No one can fulfill it,
It’s a Godspot, yes it is
No one can take the place of God

(Repeat to fade)

Songwriters: Christopher Dwight Harris / Denise Yvonne Walls

Godspot lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Fun Attic Music, LLC

When we were in the garden, we did not know loneliness; we did not seek God. He though, spoke the words “it is not good for man to live alone” (Gen 2:18). After we are exiled from the garden though, we find out what it means to miss Him, to discover we need Him.  There is no place in the world where man does not seek a higher power; it is only in the home of the Triune God that we find the peace of knowing the hole can be and is filled.

I know the Lord is always with me.
    I will not be shaken, for he is right beside me.

No wonder my heart is glad, and I rejoice.
    My body rests in safety.
For you will not leave my soul among the dead
    or allow your holy one to rot in the grave.
You will show me the way of life,
    granting me the joy of your presence
    and the pleasures of living with you forever.      Psalm 16:8-11 (NLT)

You have shown me the way of life,
    and you will fill me with the joy of your presence.    Acts 2:28 (NLT)
The G-Spot is not some momentary sexual thing for a person to seek over and over again. Once it’s found, it’s lost until next time and between is loneliness. The Godspot though is permanent. Once accepted into your heart, you no longer have to search because you have been found. Rejoice!
Be Blessed.
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After a time of rest, it's time to resurrect this blog with a light on prayer and building our own personal prayer garden. A woman of faith, I want to share my personal insights into God and the Gospel in the hopes that these touch another heart, encouraging them to come to Christ.

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