Consider the consequences!

Pro 5:1-23; Eph 6:10-11; 1Co 7:3-5; Pro 20:1; 13:20; 11:2; 7:6-27; 6:20-29; 14:12-13; Heb 13:4; 1Co 6:15-20.

PRCHR-32-160110 - length: 75:01 - taught on Jan, 10 2016

Class Outline:

John Farley
January 10, 2016

Practical Christianity:

Consider the consequences!

Presidents and Congressmen

Preachers and Priests
Hall of fame caliber quarterbacks

College coaches
Spokesmen for fast food restaurants

Mark Atteberry’s book The Solomon Seduction: What you can learn from the wisest fool in the Bible.

His life was turned upside down by a single adulterous liaison he indulged in.

Under indictment
In prison
Lost job and in prison
Humiliation and impeachment
Public shame and humiliation
Ruined reputations
Destroyed careers.
Lost endorsements
Resulted in payments of over billion to settle cases.

Tempted to play
the fool
in the area of sex?

Consider the consequences!

Wisdom : How to make the right choices and take the right actions in our daily lives.

Our next practical subject in Proverbs
is the subject of sex and marriage.

PRO 5:1-23

If you are about to do something foolish with your sex life, please get a grip and consider the consequences first.

"seduced": being enticed to make negative behavioral choices you would otherwise not get involved with.

EPH 6:10-11

Satan is a master of deception! He makes David Copperfield and Penn & Teller look like amateurs !

1CO 7:3-5

PRO 20:1

1. Alcohol. Men will do things after a few drinks that we would never do sober.

PRO 13:20

2. Point out that other people you respect are doing it. So it must be OK, right?

PRO 11:2

3. Appeal to our ego.

4. Drape us with the cloak of privacy (but don’t tell us that it’s a see through garment!).

There is Someone who always "knows about it!"

PRO 5:21-22

5. Appeal to our senses, emotions, and fantasies - but NOT our thinking, understanding, or wisdom!!!

PRO 7:6-23

6. Keep us away from - or discredit - the one thing that will enable us to see through the disguise: God’s word!

PRO 6:20-29