AfterThought: Episode 18 – A Wife Warns Against Lust

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Today, dear one, my episode is one of the most serious I’ve ever recorded. If you’ve never listened to my podcast, or any podcast, before please let this one be the first one you hear. Joining me on the program is a very close friend, who is remaining anonymous due to the graphic nature of the discussion. It was due to deep concern, and love for the brethren, that she decided to come and speak publicly against pornography, lust, and adultery. This was not something she took lightly, or did gladly, but that she was compelled to do so for the glory of God. Please, my friends, if you could pray for her, for her family, and for this episode, I would be so grateful.

Also, although I say this every time, I mean it much more today, please share this. Statistically, you know someone struggling with this. You sit…

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18 thoughts on “AfterThought: Episode 18 – A Wife Warns Against Lust

  1. I’ve been a little behind my reading of WordPress. Wow thanks for sharing those two trailers of Midway to me, the old one I’ve never seen before and its a powerful casts of actors lined up for it! I plan to see both sometime, but you know me enough to know that I love to read history more than watching movies about it lol…

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      1. Also I’m encouraged to hear of your evangelism this week. I have been struggling finding people to go out with me evangelizing. My wife and kids went with me to a prestigious school to post up fliers about our BIble study this week; I hope to be able have guy evangelize with me but we have a struggle of commitment and schedule conflict and distance for people to show up

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