“Why Are Struggles with Sexual Temptation Stronger at Some Times Than at Others?” Vulnerability to temptation often comes in a cyclical pattern. Why is this? There is no single answer, but one factor is how ingratitude (linked with pride and self-pity) commonly creates greater vulnerability to sexual lust. A grateful heart is not going to pity itself or need self-comforting.
Queries & Controversies: Why Are Struggles with Sexual Temptation Stronger at Some Times Than at Others?
Author: Alan P. Medinger Date: January 01, 1998
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- Letters to the Editor
- Queries & Controversies: Why Are Struggles with Sexual Temptation Stronger at Some Times Than at Others?
- Book Review: How to Help Angry Kids by Louis Paul Priolo
- Book Review: Totally Sufficient by Ed Hindson and Howard Eyrich, Eds.
- Marital Expecations
- Understanding Headship and Submission
- Illustrative Counseling
- A Case for Illustrative Preaching
- The Gods are Anxious: The Delightful Rise of Genetic Polytheism
- Seven Habits of Highly Defective Dating
- Christian Communication
- How to Help a Grieving Child
- Believing in Hope: A Meditation on Hope, Expectations and the Nature of Faith
- Exegete the Bible: Exegete the Person: an Interview with John Street
- Intimacy with God