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The Moral Collapse of America (2 of 5)
America's Affection with Adultery
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
January 11, 2004
Last Sunday morning we began this new year with a new series of messages under the heading: The Moral Collapse of America!
I don't know a more practical, personal, and powerful series of messages that needs preaching more today than a series on the Moral Collapse of America!
And here's why: America is in trouble! America is sick because our family life is sick! America will not begin to head in the right direction until our homes head in the right direction!
The moral fiber that built this nation is being destroyed, and the tragedy is that we're letting it happen! And not only letting it happen, but to a large degree, we are contributing to it!
And not only through our actions, but through our apathy! If every born again Christian were a registered voter, and voted for those whose principles reflect this word, we would soon see a new America! If you are a Christian and don't vote, you ought to be ashamed of yourself! I don't mean to be unkind, but you are a part of the problem, not a part of the solution!
Get registered! Go vote! Well, we'll be talking more about that as November gets closer. But this morning, as we continue thinking about The Moral Collapse of America, join me in the Old Testament book of Proverbs 5.
America has an affection with adultery. And what's an affection for some is an infection for all. Today, America has a fondness for adultery which we're going to see this morning is fatal! It is a Fatal Attraction that is destroying lives, destroying homes, and will eventually lead to the destruction of America!
What the prophet Jeremiah said so long ago still holds true today when he said in Jeremiah 23.10, "For the land is full of adulterers."
Adultery is shattering lives and is contributing to the downfall of America. And don't think that it's the public schools responsibility ...
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