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DEPORT_DOOMERS [S] 22 points ago +22 / -0

My journey to become a better Christian has been rough and I have sinned far too much but I’m working on it now. I hope you guys find strength in Christ because he’s the bond that holds us together. Our ancestry and our God.

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fasterth 10 points ago +10 / -0

I'm trying too man, it's hard. Remember, the Lord cares about you trying your hardest not to sin, but he forgives you if you come to him and repent. I've had issues with guilt over constant sinning of things I'm still unable to consistently avoid, but I hope I'll get better too. I wish I could be perfect for God, but so far I just can't.

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CdnMAGA 10 points ago +10 / -0

The closer you become to God, the more you see sin in your life. It can sometimes look like you’re failing but believe me you are not. We will never be like Him but do not lose hope. It’s why He had to die for us as our sacrifice, the perfect sacrifice so we can be sin free in His eyes. It’s the greatest gift you will ever receive and we thank Him and worship Him for who He is and what He’s done for undeserving sinners.

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Oitthegroit 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm struggling with anger and impatience, as well as intrusive blasphemous thoughts. I'm working on it and trying fo get closer with the Lord.

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RetardMoron 7 points ago +8 / -1

How does it make sense? A single man looking at a single woman with lust. Adultery is involved if either party is married.

And also what if you are married and you lust after your wife? How is that "adultery".

And how is a husband divorcing his wife make her an "adulteress". How is she the one sinning if her husband divorces her?

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TrueRealist 12 points ago +13 / -1

How does it make sense?

Your intentions are what matter. You look at a woman lustfully, you are already half way there to committing the actual act. People were not unmarried in their 30s in the time of Jesus. Most were married as teens. The society that we live in is unlike any other in history.

And also what if you are married and you lust after your wife? How is that "adultery".

The primary purpose of sex is not pleasure, it is procreation. If you lust after your wife, you only want to have sex with her to coom. It also implies that you only like her for beauty, and don't actually love her. Love != lust.

And how is a husband divorcing his wife make her an "adulteress". How is she the one sinning if her husband divorces her?

She would unassumingly get remarried, which is sin.

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LauriThorne 3 points ago +3 / -0

The primary purpose of sex is not pleasure, it is procreation

Song of Songs has entered the chat

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TrueRealist 0 points ago +1 / -1

Yes, pleasure is a part of sex, but not the primary reason. It is called the reproductive system and not the pleasure system for a reason, although society seems to have forgotten that.

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Notablitheringidiot 8 points ago +8 / -0

I’d bet some troons could use these passages concerning offing their penis.

If ripping out your own eye is okay and cutting off your own arm then its a short step to cutting your own balls off.

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RighteousFury12 8 points ago +8 / -0

So you have to look at it a little deeper:

On the first part: If you’re looking at a woman and you’re only intent with her is to fuck her and nothing more - you have sinned. No good relationship is only built on sex, same for marriage.

On the second part: marriage was always intended to be “death do us part” and those that divorce because their sex life is not good (I know people that have divorced over this) or they divorce because they cheated on the partner - they have sinned

A marriage worthy of God’s approval is built on more that just sex and physical attraction. That’s why waiting until marriage to bang is the ultimate test of your love of each other and your devotion to God.

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RetardMoron 0 points ago +3 / -3

My first scenario may be a sin, but you can't call it adultery.

But still, the divorce part says that YOU are making your wife sin for YOUR action. That makes zero sense.

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RighteousFury12 3 points ago +3 / -0

To the first point, adultery had a more broad definition back then - it encompassed all sexual sin in the eyes of God

To the second point - men were responsible for their wives - so divorcing them back then meant that they became similar to a adulterer.

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DEPORT_DOOMERS [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Who are you to question the Bible lmao have faith

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monkebrau 3 points ago +3 / -0

Good reminder, and thank you Jesus. The thought is the father to the action.

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speedychef 3 points ago +3 / -0

What version you looking at? Can't find some of this wording. I'm familiar with these passages but not the way they are worded here.

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TheWestYearZero 2 points ago +2 / -0

I am old enough to remember when they mocked Jimmy Carter over this.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/frenzy/carter.htm

The jewmedia is poison.

No reasonable discussion of any topic is possible.

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Barian84 4 points ago +4 / -0

Kiked board.

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Notablitheringidiot 4 points ago +7 / -3

Fight back then. Holy crap you cucks…

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TruthDefenseForce -1 points ago +3 / -4

Your interpretation is off brah.

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DEPORT_DOOMERS [S] 4 points ago +5 / -1

No it’s not because I haven’t given a real interpretation. I just needed a title...