Sexual sin is rampant in the world, just as all sin has been since Adam fell. On this page you will find several resources to help the believer who is struggling against sin fight against it. What you will find is that the great emphasis is not going to be on freedom from pornography, but the emphasis will be on Christ. It is in Jesus Christ that there is victory from sin’s penalty and power. It is in Jesus Christ’s power that the Christian is able to live a life of purity.
Choose Life or Lust, Christ or Sexual Sin
Sexual sin has been a problem in all generations, but there's no question that our current generation faces it and has access to it far more than any other generation in history.
Keys to Victory Over Sexual Sin
The Bible gives us certain principles that will help us gain victory over sexual sin.
Holy Spirit: Your Best Friend to Kill Sexual Sin
The Holy Spirit must be the believer's best friend in the battle to kill sexual sin. You cannot have victory against sin unless it is victory...
The Truth Sets You Free from Sexual Lust
If a believer who fights against sexual lust can but look and realize that resisting temptation here is but for a moment. Yet in a brief vapor...
Does Sex Equal Marriage in God’s Eyes?
Someone asked, "Are only virgin marriages legitimate? I was told by a group that I am in adultery because I was not a virgin when I got married... according to this group sex is marriage."
Church Leaders Casually Texting Single Sisters?
Is it OK for married brothers in leadership positions to be casually texting or emailing single sisters?
Men, Pursue Purity (Part 7)
You have to be aware that there is this deep potential in your soul, to go on in sexual immorality, and to convince yourself it will all turn out in the end, that all will be well, and it won't be. Do not be deceived.
Don’t Pursue Freedom from Pornography, Pursue Christ
If you're out there and searching for freedom from an addiction to pornography, then I encourage you to watch this clip.
1 Thessalonians 4:1 For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you abstain from sexual immorality; 4 that each one of you know how to control his own body in holiness and honor, 5 not in the passion of lust like the Gentiles who do not know God.
Delivered by Desire by Daryl Wingerd