Adultery (disobeying His Command) taken to its logical conclusion is not only a hard-hearted disposition towards the Almighty (Matt 19:8) but also an act of outright hatred (nothing more, nothing less
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 27, 2009
THE ADULTERY MARKET
Many of us have seen the wild and funny TV ads that go along with the Super Bowl. But fans in Texas got quite a shock during the game this year.
An ad by AshleyMadison.com was seen as inappropriate by the NFL and NBC. But local affiliates in Texas decided that the $250,000
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 16, 2013
ADULTERY and IVAN THE TERRIBLE
We need to look at adultery in the light of the manifestations of Ivan the Terrible in order to see how his rise to power, his government, his exploits and his fall closely compare with occurrences connected with adultery. Ivan the Terrible made an impact on Europe
The woman caught in adultery, Peter, Augustine, Francis, Ignatius Loyola, Dorothy Day–all they needed to do was ask for reconciliation, and the Church opened its
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 21, 2008
Sometimes people think God does not know what they are thinking. But He knows that some people are just "using" God, but they really detest Him.
At a tea for officers and their wives, the commanding general of a base delivered a seemingly endless oration. A young lieutenant grumbled to the woman
Contributed by Mark Eberly on Jun 9, 2008
PASTOR AVOID THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL
Personally and professionally, my wife Kendra knows that there are some things that I need to be very careful of violating as her husband and as a pastor. For example, being alone with member of the opposite sex is something I am very careful about not doing.
Contributed by Jason Cole on May 20, 2005
A man wrote: "Dear Abby, I am in love and I am having an affair with two different women other than my wife. I love my wife but I love these other women too. Please tell me what to do, but don’t give me any that morality stuff." Signed: Too much love for only one.” In this case Abby’s answer was
Contributed by Mary Lewis on Jun 11, 2004
Our society has come to think of adultery as kind of a “victimless crime.” For many, it’s not really seen as a crime at all. In fact, there are even books being published on how to conduct yourself when you’re in an adulterous relationship.
In 1999, Cameron Barnes’ published a book called,
Contributed by Lisa Delay on Sep 25, 2006
One particular unique feature really stood out to me. Overlooking the shore, along the Promenade sit park benches. They dot the whole stretch. They have various inscriptions on them primarily dedicated in memory of loved ones. Like inert sentinels they seem to be they rest there, unmoved, looking
Contributed by John Shearhart on Sep 27, 2006
“Secret Sex Stats:
1 in 20: Number of married men who admit to cheating at least once.
1 in 22: Number of married women who admit to cheating at least once.
The average man’s typical lover is: A coworker.
1 in 3: Number of guys who take off their wedding rings when they go out without their
Ten percent of all 15 to 19 year-old females become pregnant each year. ("Kids Having Kids," A Robin Hood Foundation Special Report on the
Historia de Patrick's Adulterio
Patrick Means escribió en su libro, guerras secretas de los Hombres:
Él dijo: hace 9 años mi mundo se derrumbó. Yo estaba en una conferencia de Líderes de Ministerio en Europa Central cuando mi supervisor me llamó a media noche. ¡Necesito
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2009
RELATIONSHIP SINS COST
Divorce and out-of-wedlock childbearing cost U.S. taxpayers more than $112 billion a year, finds a study funded by the New York-based Institute for American Values, the Institute for Marriage and Public Policy, Families Northwest of Redmond, WA, and the Georgia Family
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2009
More than 8 in 10 Americans believe adultery is a sin, according to a recent study. And 9 in 10 say faithfulness is the key to a
Contributed by Tim Harlow on May 13, 2009
Atlanta Psychiatrist DR. FRANK PITTMAN wrote a book on infidelity. He said, "Most affairs are conducted primarily on the telephone or Internet rather than in bed. The essence of an affair is in establishing a secret intimacy with someone--a secret that must be defended with
A dying man said to his wife, "I am about to die but before I die I would like to confess to you that I am not faithful to you as a husband. I have lots of women in my life. Please forgive me."
Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jan 5, 2010
DO YOU REALLY WANT TO TURN IT OFF?
Too often when Julie and I watch a movie, I am forced to turn it off or over because of the coarse nature of the movie, particularly relating to the sex scenes. It is taken for granted that sex is a necessary part of most movies. I disagree! I don’t need to
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Mar 27, 2007
Even when a remarriage does involve adultery, the adultery relates to the initiating act and not to the state. In some cases, remarriage does not involve adultery. God can, in fact, lead believers into second marriages which are totally free of that stigma.
We see a parallel in the commandment,
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2006
I am steadfastly for monogamy. Adultery is almost certainly going to make a dent in trust and intimacy, and in many cases I’ve known, it has destroyed them altogether. A woman who is conducting a secret affair has to become deliberately deceitful...like a CIA agent or spy. She can’t just come home