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Breaking the Cycle

I had to face the harsh reality that even though I always felt bad about my sin, I still enjoyed it and I “protected” my sin. The fact is, I was unable to stop my sex sin cycle and I was unable to change. Only GOD was able to change me. But in order for that to happen, I had to get out of His way.

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He lied!

Many radio sports talk show hosts and ESPN analysts have tried to understand why such a gifted athlete would tell such a lie. As of this writing Josh Shaw has not provided his own answer to this quandary but the basic answer is “we all lie.”
There are various motivations as to why we lie but the bottom line is we all lie and we don’t have to be trained in how to do it.

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Morality-Who Needs It?

My first thought upon reading this CNN article is “When did Larry Flynt become an expert on morality, fidelity and honor.” Based upon the products his company produces, I would see him more as an expert in immorality, infidelity, and dishonor. Biblically based morality draws a line and says that crossing over this line is now a sin. Fidelity means that one is committed, dedicated and devoted to one person or cause. Honor finds it core and roots wrapped around the word honesty. The concept of integrity is interwoven throughout all of these.

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