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Jesus Christ Confronts Sexual Sin

In order to follow Jesus Christ, men and women in today's culture must repent of their sexual immorality and take a different path.

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Introduction

It's time for Jesus Christ to speak in the discussion revolving around sexuality.

I. There is no excuse for tolerating sexual sin.

II. Tolerance is a virtue only when viewed appropriately.

III. Repentance is the cure for sexual sin.

Conclusion

The road of sexual sin always goes to the same place.

James MacDonald is pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, and host of Walk in the Word, a daily 30-minute radio program heard on outlets across North America.

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