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God is perfect in holiness, and He cannot look on sin (Isaiah 6:1-7, Habakkuk ).Where does this leave us — the sexually broken who stumble in many ways (James 3:2)? Your question might seem an odd choice to answer so close to Christmas, but I think it’s perfect. He took on flesh and dwelt among us in order to live the perfect life we could never live and die the death we deserve. And it is in Christ and His atoning death that we find forgiveness for our sin — sexual and otherwise — as well as freedom from Satan’s condemnation.If we don’t know what He commands, we can never hope to obey Him.But even knowing what’s required isn’t enough to empower us to do it, or in the case of sexual sin, not to do it.Paul writes, I rejoice, not because you were grieved, but because you were grieved into repenting.
It did not matter to my ex that I was sorry and wanted to stop; he could not accept it. Stated simply, sexual immorality is anything that is counter to God’s design for monogamous sex within marriage as revealed in His Word, the Bible. The question we should ask isn’t, “Can I do this or that? ” This is the topic of an excellent new book, by our friend Denny Burk. His new book is one of the most helpful I’ve seen for rightly understanding what sex is for and why it matters that we understand it rightly.My now ex-boyfriend recently broke up with me because I struggle with masturbation.It has left me confused about what I should be thinking about the subject.You are right that we will not be perfect until we see Christ face-to-face. This doesn’t mean we will never stumble, but that we ought not to be enslaved by sin.God doesn’t command us to be perfect, but to be holy. Where there are besetting sins, we must by any means necessary, fight them.