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"Any time you see a person engage in illicit sexual behavior, you can be sure that he or she is a cheater," writes Jeffrey S. Black. "He or she wants sexual gratification without intimacy."
Likewise, Black tells us that people never leap into extreme forms of sin; they "drift" into them.
How do we end the cheating and drifting? Because sexuality is a spiritual act, not a purely biological one, the solution is to hide God's Word in our hearts. Here Jones shows us how the Bible reaches to the roots of sexual sin.
Jeffrey S. Black is a pastor at Calvary Chapel in Philadelphia and adjunct faculty member of the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation’s School of Biblical Counseling in Glenside, Pennsylvania.