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  • by John LaBissoniere
Forces are at war in the world attacking marriage—which in turn threatens the survival of the family. You need to know what the battlefields are in this warfare and what God would have you to do about it!
What does the Bible teach about adultery (extramarital sex) and why?
What did Jesus Christ mean by His statements recorded in Matthew 5:31-32 that the sin of adultery is grounds for a believer to divorce his or her spouse?
  • by Robert H Berendt
Think about the events in your life where betrayal was evident and the resulting damage that occurred.
  • by Amanda Stiver
The expression "friends with benefits" refers to the relationship where a guy and girl who are friends socialize, share companionship at times and have regular sex with "no strings attached".
  • by Milan Janicich
Most of us have some regrets. Some of these affect only us; some affect family, friends and others. Here is how you can minimize them in your own life.
  • by United Church of God
7. "You shall not commit adultery." Unless the natural desires that attract us to members of the opposite sex are channeled exclusively toward a loving marriage relationship, the temptation to engage in sexual immorality can easily overpower our self-control. This weakness is the focus of the Seventh Commandment.
  • by Elizabeth Cannon
Our first reaction when faced with a glaring sin in our lives is often to ignore it and wish it would go away on its own. What happens though when we refuse to face it directly, deal with it and then move on?
  • by Don Hooser
To maintain sexual purity until marriage, and faithfulness during marriage, is a great challenge for youth and adults in today's society that is obsessed with sex and sensuality. People are commonly faced with a virtual minefield of immoral temptations and influences.
  • by David Cobb
Golf icon and celebrity Tiger Woods was recently caught holding the tail of an extremely destructive "tiger"—the sin of adultery. No one escapes this "tiger" unharmed.