In addition to what George says, few seem to understand the DEVIL’S OTHER MAIN DECEPTION with sexually lusting.
Actual DEMONS DRIVE LUST so people think they can’t stop, because the desire to lust is constant as long as the demons are allowed to drive lust. Freedom from these lust demons requires complete rejection of willfully lusting, COLD TURKEY. Then rebuke the lust spirit(s) in Jesus’ name or pray in tongues against them, and we’re FREE!
THE TALMUD: WELLSPRING OF THE JEWISH PORNOGRAPHY INDUSTRY
24 October, 2006 By Rev. Ted Pike
The Bible says sex in marriage is one of God’s greatest gifts. It’s so wholesome that Scripture repeatedly characterizes Christ’s spiritual relationship to His church as that of an earthly bride and her heavenly husband.
Ancient Israel was first to become the bride of God. Christ rescued her from oblivion to become His unique spiritual wife. Yet Israel perverted her relationship to her divine husband. She became a spiritual harlot, blaspheming His name among the nations (Rom. 2:24)
Today Israel remains a spiritual harlot. She corrupts the whole world through the media she dominates. (See, “Jews Confirm Big Media Is Jewish) What few realize, however, is that Jews also dominate the pornography industry worldwide, both as producers and performers.
Dennis Prager (Jewish, not Christian) refuses to admit that lust is sinful — thoughts. Only an adulterous act can be sinful and evil, never lustful thoughts, he believes.
Compare to what Jesus warned in the strongest terms in Matthew 5:
27 “You have heard that it was said to those of old [old covenant] – Dennis Prager’s mindset], ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ 28 But I say [new covenant] to you that WHOEVER LOOKS AT A WOMAN TO LUST for her has already COMMITTED ADULTERY WITH HER IN HIS HEART. 29 If your right EYE causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, THAN FOR YOUR WHOLE BODY TO BE CAST INTO HELL. 30 And if your RIGHT HAND causes you to sin, cut it off and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be CAST INTO HELL.
The result is a feeling of emptiness — “the psychological equivalent of making your home environment filthy for awhile. … It depletes the dopamine system.” – Huberman
“The higher the dopamine peak the bigger the drop afterwards, and you drop below baseline.” – Huberman
“…that ever, ever sort of escalating wildness that you need to watch in order to get an ever decreasing stimulus that comes back.”
Non-Christian Huberman says pornography “isn’t good or bad,” but consider what Jesus says about lusting from the heart with the eyes and even the hand:
“You have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.If your right eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell. And if your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell. – Mt. 5:27-30
“Females don’t use pornography to the same degree. They use literary pornography.” – Jordan Peterson
22:00 “Did you notice that you were wanting it more but enjoying it less?” “I was basically a slave to watching porn. I felt like it controlled me. … When I started realizing it was controlling me, I knew there had to be answers somewhere.”
“My mind was clear. I got more things done. … This feels good; I’m actually doing work.”
“If we don’t have those boundaries in place we’re never going to experience freedom.”
Myunique is a content creator and influencer. Today she lives a life free from pornography but that hasn’t always been the case. Myunique watched porn for the first time at ten years old, she wasn’t aware how that decision would negatively impact her life for years to come.
What started as a natural curiosity about sex eventually escalated into compulsive sexual behavior which left her feeling lonely, and negatively impacted her overall mental health.
As a young girl, she didn’t feel comfortable opening up to anyone about her porn consumption because of the misconception that only guys struggled with it. That all changed when she stumbled upon an article by Fight the New Drug.
In this Consider Before Consuming episode, Myunique talks with podcast host Garrett Jonsson about why her porn habit began, how her consumption escalated, and why education about the harmful effects of pornography empowered her to overcome her struggles.
27:20 How she overcame shame to now openly tell people her story, not caring what people think. FREE!!!
32:55 Importance of telling her husband everything that happened; though, hard to do.
In this episode, we welcome Brittni De La Mora to the show. She was a porn star for seven years and was seen as one of the most successful and sought-after porn actresses in the world during her career. She seemingly had it all: she was young, rich, and famous, but, as with many of the people inside of that industry, she was also miserable. She found herself in an endless cycle of shame, drug abuse, and suicide attempts. That was until Christ stepped in and saved her and delivered her from the sex industry. She and her husband now run Love Always Ministries which directly ministers to men and women in the sex industry and people trying to overcome addiction to porn, masturbation, and sex. She also has a book called A Call to Purity, which she co-wrote with her husband Richard, who is a pastor himself. Brittni and Richard also co-host a podcast and YouTube show called Let’s Talk Purity. In this interview, we discuss her chaotic upbringing which led her to the sex industry, the misconceptions that the public has about porn and the workers therein, the levels of violence and rape that occurs on porn sets, the high levels of human trafficking involved with sex workers, why she left the porn industry, how Christ revealed Himself to her, what it was like talking to her now-husband about her past life, how shame and depravity have fueled and not crushed her, how she is able to share the Gospel with women that are still stuck in “the life”, and much more.
It’s the difference between the old and new covenants. The 6th commandment, ‘Thou shall not commit adultery’ meant sex outside of marriage. In the New Testament Jesus says that lusting in one’s heart after women is adultery – Mt. 5:27-29. Prager is Jewish.
The Holy Spirit helps us overcome when we completely submit to God (cold turkey to lusting 100%), resist the Devil and the lust demon flees, even homosexual lust! >>> FREEDOM!!!
“No temptation has taken you except what is common to man. God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted above what you are able, but will with the temptation also make the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it.” (1 Cor. 10:13)
50:00 “For me, I was there because I was seeking acceptance and wanted to feel something that I wasn’t getting from other relationships in my life. And I’m pretty confident in saying I feel that’s the majority of the reason why a lot of those girls end up in the same situation.”
After being exposed to pornography at the young age of 10, Matt developed a serious struggle that carried on for many years. It was only after taking a break from his porn habit that he realized how much more free he felt. After meeting the love of his life and having a wonderful honeymoon, he thought everything was good, until he quickly realized his struggle with porn wasn’t entirely gone. It took time and strength to realize what he was really fighting for: real love.
Trigger Warning: This interview includes frank, explicit, discussions about rape, sex trafficking, and suicide ideation that may be triggering to some. Listener discretion is advised.
Jane Doe grew up in Washington state with a loving family, never expecting that she’d be victimized by one of the largest trafficking schemes to date in today’s mainstream porn industry.
Twenty-one days after her 22nd birthday, she boarded a flight to San Diego that, unbeknownst to her, would change her life forever. That day, she would become one of the hundreds of young women who had been exploited between 2015 and 2019 by GirlsDoPorn (GDP), a wildly popular “amateur” porn production company that garnered well over a billion views, ranking around the 20th-most popular channel on Pornhub, and reportedly generated an estimated $17 million dollars in revenue.
You may have heard about the infamous GDP case in the last couple of years, but you may not know what exactly happened, let alone the full account of one of the trafficked women. In this exclusive interview, Jane Doe and her emotional support dog, Cozi, sit down with Podcast Host Garrett Jonsson and Fight the New Drug’s Editorial Director Keri to tell the story of how she was sex trafficked and assaulted by GDP porn producers, what it’s been like to pursue legal action against GDP with other survivors, and how she’s found healing in her own life since she was exploited.
The findings suggest that serum testosterone concentrations, seminal volume, and total seminal zinc loss per ejaculate are sensitive to short-term zinc depletion in young men.
“A lot of excessive ejaculation possibly by masturbation with porn and pornography could actually be one factor driving zinc deficiency.”
“Zinc deficiency could be in part by excessive masturbation. We know that porn addiction is quite common….”
“If you’re very sexually active with your partner, or you masturbate with porn, ejaculating a lot, you are possibly inducing a zinc deficiency, because we know that zinc is concentrated in the testes and….
“They keep searing their conscience [through porn] and need another thrill.”
Dennis Prager: “If pornography is a substitute for adultery it’s not awful.”
Jesus in Matthew 5 — Looking at women to lust after them is adultery:
27 “You have heard that it was saidto those of old [Dennis Prager is Jewish, still in the old covenant],‘You shall not commit adultery.’28 But I say [new covenant] to you that whoeverlooks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.29 If your right eye causes you tosin,pluck it out and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell. 30 And if your right hand causes you to sin….
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1:32 Overview of Mr. Beast and Chris Tyson
4:15 How did this pendulum swing for Chris Tyson happen? 6:10 The link between transgenderism and pornography
10:36 The normalization of pornography in unexpected places
15:17 Celebrities on the addiction to pornography
18:52 A truth from Hollywood 20:45 What’s the remedy for this addiction?
22:45 The reality of the porn industry
26:22 A heartwarming story from Chad
30:11 The Good Fight video of the week
What Jesus said: Adultery in the Heart (Matthew 5:27-30)
“You have heard that it was saidto those of old [old covenant],‘You shall not commit adultery.’But I say to you [new covenant] that whoeverlooks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.If your right eye causes you tosin,pluck it out and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell.And if your right hand [masturbation] causes you tosin, cut it off and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell.
Kerrigan Skelly explains: Jesus’ lust warning is serious! @ 39:00
“What I think Jesus is trying to communicate right here using hyperbole [overstatement to make a graphic point] is to teach this truth:
Do whatever it takes to get rid of the sin. Do whatever it takes. Why? Because your sin will cost you everything, everything in the end. And it’s better to lose whatever you have to lose than to keep sinning and lose Jesus and salvation. It’s better to get rid of whatever you need to get rid of to stop from going to eternal hell in the end.
Lust also many times involves the use of your hand or your hands. The same principle applies to verse 30 as to verse 29.
The question remains: is a little bit of pleasure you receive from lust worth everything: your life, your soul, your eternity? And if you answer ‘no,’ you need to prove it by your actions.”
False doctrine starts if we conform the Word to our experience – Skelly @ 1:03:35
“Conforming the Word to your experience instead of conforming your experience to the Word is definitely a problem. That’s how false doctrine starts.”
“I was a fully-fledged addict. I needed drugs to get me through porn scenes. I needed drugs to numb my pain. I needed drugs to make me feel ‘happy.’” …
My childhood was traumatic for me. I was verbally and emotionally abused. I was cursed out and yelled at almost daily. I felt unloved, unworthy, and rejected. I felt like I’d never be good enough for anybody.
..there are no health associations when it comes to masturbation, and it instead has negative effects. For instance, men who masturbate more tend to have more prostate abnormalities, have less of an ability to recover from ED, and tend to have more signs of depression.
In short, we can say this:
There is no documented health problems associated with not masturbating.
Masturbation does not have the same kind of health benefits that intercourse does.
Masturbation, in specific ways, can be shown to be unhealthy.
“In previous eras, in order to get sexually explicit material, you had to go to a pornographic theater, or you had to go to a bookstore. Now, you can access pornography sitting at home at no cost, over the internet.”
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Raised on Porn exposes the ways pornography has become the new sex education for children and unpacks the dangerous lifelong implications of this global phenomenon.
Through riveting firsthand accounts, cinematic re-enactments, 3D animation, and interviews with the world’s leading neurologists, sociologists, psychologists, and therapists, Raised on Porn is filled to the brim with raw, compelling insight on how pornography is poisoning us and our relationships. This film shatters cultural myths about the “harmless” nature of pornography and provides a sobering framework to understand how this graphic genre of media has shaped our world, eliciting a desperately-needed call for change.
CONTENT WARNING: While the film doesn’t contain any nudity, it features discussions and images of a sexual nature that some viewers will find disturbing. Our editors have worked hard to create something that is watchable for most viewers while still conveying the essence of the problem. We recommend the film for mature teens and above.