While he is harboring sexual sins in his life, what benefit is there for the man of God to stand behind the pulpit to preach the Gospel or sing?
I think, nothing.
But why does a preacher/a singer choose to stand the pulpit while he is a prisoner of adultery, porn, prostitution and cyber-sex?
Many reasons! Continue reading Please Step Down!
He was not going to church as regular as he used to. He had good fellowship with some Christian friends but he kind of caught up with busy life and became stranger to them and the things of God.
Then little by little, his prayer time turned from one hour to five minutes. He knows that he is a good-looking guy who attracts any woman in his vicinity. At times he blamed his looks for finding himself in bed with a number of women he didn’t even know their names. He swore to God and himself never to have sex with a woman before marriage but he didn’t seem to be able to stick it out.
Continue reading “Fireworks?”
A4P Guest: “Is watching a movie a sin?”
A4P: Hmm! Your question is a bit vague.
A4P Guest: Oh, you know, watching movies, like family, love and thriller movies?
Continue reading Is It A Sin To – – –
These were the first Ten Commandments that the LORD gave to His people through Moses:- Continue reading Shalom With You
A4P Guest: Can you give us evidence why masturbation is wrong? When it’s been said that between 95 and 98 percent of young men are engaged in masturbation and the rest lie about it, don’t we add burden of guilt on men when we say masturbation is a sin?
A4P: Before I say anything, let me say this: “Burden of guilt” – guilt feeling, feeling sorrowful about what we do/did is a God-given emotion; it always leads to repentance when its source is the Holy Spirit. Continue reading Give US Evidence
A4P Guest: Is it okay for me to have sex on Skype with my wife?
A4P: You mean, you want to masturbate with your wife on Skype?
A4P: Why do you want to do that when you are able to sleep with her?
A4P Guest: She lives in Canada and I live in America.
Continue reading The Mess of Virtual Marriage
One day our youngest son, I think he was second or third grade, came from school looking very sad. I took a quick look at his face and within a second knew there was something that was bothering him.
When we got home, I called him to my bedroom and asked, “You look very sad. Is there something you want to talk about?” His eyes were actually ready to let it all out.
So, wiping his tears, he said, “So and so said to me, “Your Mama doesn’t look like a mother.”
Continue reading Others’ Negative Comments