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How to Avoid Adultery
Series: FAMILY MATTERS
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
February 20, 2005
For the last several weeks .. we have learned from God's Word that Marriage Matters! Aren't you glad to be a part of a church that is committed .. not only to winning the lost but to strengthening the saved?
That's why everybody needs to be a part of a Sunday School class! You'll find encouragement and support as you study God's Word. Sunday School is our on-going method of winning the lost and strengthening the saved.
We also provide a wide-range of classes and conferences. For instance .. you've heard me talk about Crown Financial which is an 11 week course to help you regarding your finances. In that course, you will learn more about budgeting and investing and how to experience financial freedom.
This coming weekend ... we are hosting a Marriage Conference with J.B. and Shuggie Collinsworth as we "tune up" our marriages. If you have not signed up yet ... you ought to head straight to one of our Information Stations following this service and sign up.
Now join me this morning in Matthew 5 where we find what is referred to as "The Sermon on the Mount." Throughout this sermon ... Jesus spoke to the issues of life. In fact ... whenever He taught .. He was practical. He took biblical truth and applied it in a personal and practical way. That ought to be the goal of every Sunday School teacher! Explaining biblical truth and then applying it in a personal and practical way.
Well ... beginning in verse 27 .. again that's what you find Jesus doing .. taking biblical truth and then applying it in a personal and practical way as He reminds us that FAMILY MATTERS! And in doing so ... we're going to learn this morning "How to Avoid Adultery."
I may be talking to some husbands today that are considering adultery. The thrill has gone out of your marriage and your eyes are roaming. Perhaps there are some wives here today who are consi ...
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