1 Corinthians 7:3-13 GNT

3 A man should fulfill his duty as a husband, and a woman should fulfill her duty as a wife, and each should satisfy the other's needs.
4 A wife is not the master of her own body, but her husband is; in the same way a husband is not the master of his own body, but his wife is.
5 Do not deny yourselves to each other, unless you first agree to do so for a while in order to spend your time in prayer; but then resume normal marital relations. In this way you will be kept from giving in to Satan's temptation because of your lack of self-control.
6 I tell you this not as an order, but simply as a permission.
7 Actually I would prefer that all of you were as I am; but each one has a special gift from God, one person this gift, another one that gift.
8 Now, to the unmarried and to the widows I say that it would be better for you to continue to live alone as I do.
9 But if you cannot restrain your desires, go ahead and marry - it is better to marry than to burn with passion.
10 For married people I have a command which is not my own but the Lord's: a wife must not leave her husband; 1

References for 1 Corinthians 7:10

    • 30 7:10 - 7.10, 11 Mt 5.32; 19.9; Mk 10.11, 12; Lk 16.18.
      11 but if she does, she must remain single or else be reconciled to her husband; and a husband must not divorce his wife.
      12 To the others I say (I, myself, not the Lord): if a Christian man has a wife who is an unbeliever and she agrees to go on living with him, he must not divorce her.
      13 And if a Christian woman is married to a man who is an unbeliever and he agrees to go on living with her, she must not divorce him.