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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We're thrilled to announce that we've recently added James MacDonald to our featured preachers list. In other words, you'll be seeing material from him on our site on a regular basis. 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. He is the author of several books, including When Life Is Hard (Moody, 2010). Though we've featured other sermons by MacDonald in the past, this is our first sermon with him as one of our featured preachers. It's classic MacDonald—biblical and hard-hitting. To listen along as you read, click here.
There comes a time in every conversation when the noise needs to stop. There comes a time in every conversation when the arguments need to be over—when the person who really knows needs to step up and prove the point, paint the picture, pronounce the verdict, settle the issue, end the discussion.
If we were having a conversation about business practices and Bill Gates were to show up, we would let him talk, right? It doesn't matter what you and I think; it's, "Go ahead Mr. Gates." If we were having a discussion about your golf game, or mine, and Tiger Woods just appeared out of nowhere and said, "Hey, can I help you a bit?" We would say, "Sure. Fix me!" There comes a time in every conversation when the person who really knows needs to talk, and everyone else needs to zip it.
There has been a deafening conversation in our nation over the past 40 years about sexuality. From Siegfried and Roy to Ellen DeGeneres, from Hugh Hefner to Howard Stern, we are being told constantly that sex is no big deal—it's just a bodily function, it's ...
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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.