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I Want a New Marriage: The One Thing That Can Kill Your Marriage (Before & After it Starts) (Matthew 5:27 - 32)
Everyday thousands of marriages end in divorce because couples fail to proactively protect their marriage. Check out www.tucsonrevolution.com for resources that can help you overcome the issues discussed in this podcast.
In this last sermon on Philippians, Paul shows how the gospel changes everything—our relationships, our finances, our perspective on what God is doing in our lives. In Jesus, God is bringing heaven to earth, and enabling us to experience heaven in our own lives today. He does this by providing for all of our needs in glory in Christ Jesus.
Pornography is a rampant problem within our culture and the church. Israel faced this problem, as did the church in Pergamum in their own ways. Satan seduces by the inappropriate things that our eyes see.
Mickey Connolly speaks to the men on sexual purity.
Keeping a pure heart and mind. Dealing with pornography
CLICK LAUNCH JUKEBOX TO PLAY MESSAGE. Why did Paul address sexual immorality with the church of Ephesus? How prevalent then and now is sexual impurity among professing believers in Christ? Is pornography a problem in the church today? in our church? What attitudes should we have in addressing it in our midst, in ourselves?
In response to the pervasive culture of sex in San Diego, the Bible calls you to understand that this culture is produced and fostered by lust and selfishness. The Bible also offers freedom by calling people to live in love and light. This life brings freedom to individual people and to the culture itself.
Discover a plan for purity when facing sexual temptation and desire as a single or married person.
In Matthew chapter 5 Jesus touches upon a number of issues which speak to all of society today. Whether the issue be murder, adultery, divorce, taking oaths, revenge, or loving your enemies Jesus is wanting us to learn one truth: that it is the spirit of the law and not the law itself that matters most. Key Passage: Matthew 5.21-30