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Sexual Immorality in Our Minds   1 comment

The Bible is pretty clear about sexual immorality and the Christian response to it … FLEE!

But in the 21st century it appears that Christians are even uncertain of what sexual immorality is.

Well, there’s the big one — adultery. God doesn’t want you to cheap on  your spouse. That seems pretty easy, except Jesus reminded the high and might Pharisees that if they looked at a woman who was not their wife with lust in their hearts, they were guilty of adultery.

OUCH!

Let’s be honest here, Christians. We all do it! Even the ladies! We cheat on our spouses with our minds.

By the way, if you’re not married, but your sexual partner is … yes, you are an adulterer. Men, how many of you get a little warm when you see certain actresses who are married? Yeah … guilty!

Then there’s fornication – which is basically unmarried sex. That would be two people who are not married who having sex with one another. But following the example of adultery … yeah … guilty!

Pornography falls into these two categories as well. And that’s an easy soup to fall into these days. Husband Brad won’t watch Game of Thrones with me because of some of the images there. But you could take it further. Our 15-year-old son won’t watch kissing scenes on television because he says it makes him feel lustful and he doesn’t want to disrespect his Savior in that way.

Are we not all guilty, church?

You know we are

 

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