What is each spouse entitled to?
"Then come together again195 so that Satan will not tempt you because of your lack of self-control.196" (7:5b)
Paul is being practical. Enforced abstinence from sex often results in severe temptations from Satan.
Paul concludes these words with something of a disclaimer:
"I say this as a concession197, not as a command." (7:6)
Paul seems to be dealing with a group that is pushing for abstinence from sex within marriage. So, though he allows for a short period of abstinence for prayer (7:5), he isn't commanding such a period of abstinence. Permission is granted to abstain for a limited time, but Paul is not issuing a command to do so.
Q1. (1 Corinthians 7:1-6) Why does Paul concede that "it is good for a man not to touch a woman"? What does he teach about sexual intercourse within marriage? How does he teach mutual rights within marriage, not just a man's right? What does this passage teach about using sex as a bargaining chip within marriage?