Matthew - But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body. Read More Psalms - Turn away mine eyes from beholding vanity; [and] quicken thou me in thy way. Hebrews - Marriage [is] honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge. Philippians - Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things [are] honest, whatsoever things [are] just, whatsoever things [are] pure, whatsoever things [are] lovely, whatsoever things [are] of good report; if [there be] any virtue, and if [there be] any praise, think on these things.
What Does the Bible Say About Pornography?
The Bible is the "word of truth. It's the blueprint, even in suffering, for a joyful and fulfilled existence in this life, and an incomprehensibly glorious eternity in the next. The total truths and precepts inherent within the Judeo-Christian scriptures are both timeless and universally applicable to all people and peoples across the globe, be they Christian, Jew or pagan. Obviously, neither pornography nor pornography use, in the modern sense, was around during ancient biblical times. Still, since all time is biblical time, and since the Bible transcends time and space, God, in His boundless love and wisdom, has given us specific truths that directly apply to the use and abuse of modern pornography in all its ugly forms.
How to Stop a Porn Addiction with Biblical Truth and the Power of the Holy Spirit
However, the little foxes were too small to reach the grape bunches so they would chew on the vines and it would kill the whole vine. Instead of the farmer just losing his crop, he would lose his vine which was more disastrous. Spiritually some things we do or allow that we might think are little or insignificant can also be disastrous for us.
The Bible does not specifically address the issue of viewing pornography, since it didn't really exist at the time the books of the Bible were written. So, does this mean that it is allowable as a "freedom in Christ" issue? Can we discern a clear moral teaching based upon what the Bible teaches about other sexual sins? Several specific sexual acts are forbidden in the Bible.