Too many Christians are ensnared in the sex trap. Although God created sex for the enjoyment of a man and a woman in the context of marriage and for procreation, both fornication and adultery are weakening the fabric of the Body of Christ and making its witness of no effect. Many are falling into the sex trap because they are seeking love in all the wrong places rather than submitting themselves to God. I Thessalonians 4:3 says, "For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you should abstain from sexual immorality…&qhot; Sexual immorality is not only pervasive in the world, but the Church. Sexual immorality hinders a Christian from being all they can be in God.
In this much-needed teaching, Angela Evans instructs the believer on how and why to "possess his own vessel in sanctification and honor" (I Thessalonians 4:4).
*Mature Subject Matter
- Millions of people, including Christians are living with sexually transmitted diseases (STD); 25% are teens and young adults.
- The trappings of fornication and adultery are guilt and shame.
- God’s best is for men and women to be chaste until marriage and to honor the marriage covenant.
- Mrs. Evans references, "Keeping Your Kids Sexually Pure," by Dr. La Verne Tolbert.