What Jesus Says About Sex (and cheating)

What Jesus Says About Sex (and cheating)


– So when is cheating on
someone actually cheating? [upbeat music] Hey, everybody, my name is Chris Paavola and welcome to “What Jesus Says About,” where Jesus speaks for himself, so you can respond for yourself. And don’t forget to hit like and subscribe and that little bell, so
you can say up-to-date on what Jesus says about
topics important to you. So okay, if you’re
married, and you have sex with somebody who isn’t your
spouse, that’s cheating. But if you’re married and
you kiss somebody else, is that cheating? Okay, okay, but what
about if you’re married, and then you just kind of
flirt with somebody else, is that cheating? It’s just flirting. Or flip it, let’s say you’re
married and your spouse calls an ex just to catch up
and talk about things, is that cheating? Now surprisingly enough,
what Jesus says about sex actually will help you define
what is and isn’t cheating. The word Jesus would
use to describe cheating is this word adultery. And there’s this one time where he’s sitting with a group of people, trying to describe and
define this word adultery, and it seems like everyone
who’s listening to him is super proud and self-righteous that they’re not adulterers,
because they’ve never had sex with anyone who isn’t their spouse. So Jesus says to them,
“You have heard it said, “‘Thou shall not commit adultery,'” and you can kinda see the crowd. They’re sitting there going,
“Yep, I’ve heard that, “and I’ve never committed adultery. “My spouse is right here,
never cheated on her,” and there’s another guy who’s
like, “I’m not even married. “I’ve never committed adultery.” And Jesus kinda interrupts
their thoughts and says, “Okay, but I tell you
anyone who looks lustfully “at another woman has
already committed adultery “with them in their heart.” [crickets chirping] Wait, what? And what Jesus is saying is adultery isn’t so
much about your actions. It’s about your heart, and that really shouldn’t surprise us. That’s totally Jesus’ M.O. But Jesus throws this other word in there that helps define adultery
and when cheating is cheating. It’s this word lust. Lust is the line. So let’s go back to
our cheater meter here. If you’re married, can you kiss somebody who isn’t your spouse? Well, not if you do
this thing called lust. Or if you’re married, can
you have a long phone call and flirt with somebody
who isn’t your spouse? Well, not if you do
this thing called lust. And now it doesn’t even matter
if you’re married or not, because if you’re looking at somebody or you’re looking at an image or a video, and your heart crosses into this line called
lust, that’s cheating. Lust is the line. And now this raises a
really interesting question. How do you define lust? Like, really, take a
moment and just think. How do you define lust? At first glance, I was like,
“Oh, that’s an easy word,” but the more I think about it,
this lust of the heart thing, it’s a really hard word to define. So I’d love to hear your definition. What is your definition of lust? Leave it in the comment section below. According to Jesus, when you take the time to define this word lust, you are taking a step towards
healthier relationships.

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