Day 62- The Silent Mile

"Be holy, for I, the Lord your God, am holy." Leviticus 19:2(b) holy- separate from human infirmity, impurity, and sin (biblehub) Yesterday we spoke about fleeing to the desert. Today we talk about how to stay there. It is a  place of separateness, consecration and closeness to the Lord. Finding our way there may be …

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Is Lent the Answer to Sexual Addiction?

Is Lent that magical time of year when we get a second chance to try to keep our new years resolution? What about addiction, can we fight it and overcome it with will power? This article addresses these questions and more including: Can a Christian lose their salvation? Check out the reblogged article below.

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Today’s article comes from the Christian Post and can be found here. The article is titled:

Have you heard of give up lust for Lent campaign?

ByEddie Capparucci, Op-Ed Contributor

The Law. Don’t do this, but do this instead. It’s a fascinating show of original sin when people think that the way to stop sinning or to overcome a struggle with sin, is to use more Law. As I read the headline if this article I was fairly certain that I wasn’t going to be getting the Gospel as the answer to such struggle with sin and temptation. Let’s dive in and see how this plays out.

“Did you know statistics show believers struggle with pornography as much as non-believers? Pornography use is a silent sin inflicting far too many Christian men. And with their inability to stop using pornography, these men desperately keep their shameful behavior…

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Day 53- The Center Mile

"Simon, Simon behold Satan has demanded to sift all of you like wheat, but I have prayed for you that your faith may not fail, and, once you have turned back, strengthen your brothers." Luke 22:31-32 Faith demands conversion. And conversion demands repentance. Repentance demands humility. And Humility demands change. This is the way of …

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Wretched St. Paul and the Cure to Porn Addiction

I thank you all for the support and comments that help spread the Gospel to the world. Below is a new post that addresses a comment I had received on last week’s post. Enjoy and have a blessed day!

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The following is a post suggestion received via email.

I have received a comment via email from John. John has a comment on my recent blog post ‘Porn Addiction; Here is your Cure‘. If you haven’t read that post yet then I recommend you do so as it will help shine some light on our discussion. Also, if you have a comment or a suggestion that you want featured in an upcoming post send them to me via the Contact page. John writes…

I saw your recent post on pornography and I was struck by the statement`You cannot be a Christian and be addicted to porn.’ I emphasise that this not anything that interests me: I am not, never have been and never will be addicted to this. But there is the whole business of being a Christian and sin. As I indicate at the beginning of my…

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Porn Addiction; Here is your Cure

In case you or someone you know has a sexual addiction… There is forgiveness, hope, and freedom.

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Today I will be discussing an article from Christian Headlines titled:

Does the Law Already Ban Porn? – Robert George’s Letter to William Barr

Written by JohnStonestreet and Shane Morris| Tuesday, January 28, 2020 | The article can be found here.

I won’t be discussing too much about this article. There are a few quotes I thought worth mentioning. However, as I read this article I was reminded of a few things that I think would be beneficial to my readers and the church at large.

Writers like Catholic Matt Walsh at the Daily Wire made the case that porn is no longer an issue of private morality, if it ever was. Today, porn is a public health crisis. Mountains of evidence reveal not only its addictive power but also its devastating consequences for women and children. Walsh argued that free market solutions have been exhausted, and so…

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