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Chapter 33 - The Focus on Sex

If a space alien were to come to earth and survey our entertainment, he might conclude that we are occupied with nothing but sex. This is an indicator as to how important it is to Satan for us to be saturated with imagery that convinces us to participate in what the bible calls a 'flood of dissipation (debauchery, wickedness, wantonness, or corruption)'.

In regard to these, they think it strange that you do not run with them in the same flood of dissipation, speaking evil of you. - 1 Peter 4:4

There are several things Satan accomplishes with this forceful current he has established.

1. Young people engage injudiciously in that which will cripple their ability to develop a deep intimate bond with their husband or wife thus making married life and raising a family much more difficult.

2. By cultivating a perspective that others are to be used for ones pleasure, what meager relationships that are formed are even further diminished.

3. The emphasis on pleasurable sensations carries with it the potential for drug abuse-like degeneracy. Pleasurable sensations are difficult to achieve repeatedly often driving one to seek more intense and frequent stimulations. This can lead one into sad and destructive perversions.

4. Taking the most intimate aspect of marriage and bringing it into the realm of the casual cheapens the very concept of marriage and family as well as robing male female relationships of any depth.

5. As the alcoholic has difficulty thinking of anything else but the next drink, those who have been saturated with a sexual context to life often think of little else but the next romantic encounter.

6. As women come to focus on presenting themselves in such a way as to attract interest, and men prepare themselves to be seen as potential candidates, each reduces themselves to actors. The elevation of the external causes the diminishment of the internal.

7. A preoccupation with physical and emotional sensation deadens one to things of the spirit, elevates concerns of the present at the expense of the future, and enslaves the mind to produce self-stimulating pleasures generated by the imagination.


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