Breaking the Chains of Pornography | Part 2 of 2Written by ForHisGlory on Feb 22, 2017 in - No Comments
Part 2 of 2, Breaking the Chains of Pornography.
Pastor starts in Isaiah 61.
A few weeks back, Josh McDowell came to Kauai and spoke to pastors and leaders of Kauai. He brought to their attention a problem that many weren’t aware was so great.
Josh appealed to the group to address this subject as it is the most catastrophic tidal wave of destruction confronting the church today.
It’s worse than outside influence, worse than false teaching, worse than bad doctrine.
Through this message, Pastor Bob Hallman appeals to us regarding this serious topic.
There are very few things having influence and bringing bondage to men and women today, than pornography.
The statistics on pornography are astonishing and have only gotten worse.
Pastor began to share statistics on this industry which has become a 20 Billion dollar industry now.
The revenue from pornography surpasses all the sales from professional sports.
Not only is pornography sinful, it’s addicting.
We have a community of men and women trying to pursue Christ being inundated by an influence of the enemy.
Enjoy the rest of this video message as pastor shares more about this challenge and presents a plan to overcome it.
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3:27 Josh McDowell appeals to the pastors and leaders of Kauai
3:54 Pastor Bob Hallman appeals to us
4:40 Definition of pornography
5:22 Statistics on pornography
6:20 Impact of pornography on the brain
7:15 Statistics on pornography in the church
8:00 Sewer line break story in San Diego
11:12 Chinese couple say Thank You
13:08 The Truth that sets you free – the struggle is over
13:37 The allure of Pornography
14:45 The damage of pornography on relationships
15:50 Ladies, you are not responsible but you can help
19:18 Sense of guilt and shame, no finger pointing needed
19:56 Setting captives free
20:13 Laziness of Husbands ‘
23:08 The Carnal Man
33:24 The way out of pornography