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How to relieve sexual pressure as a Christian

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It is normal for a healthy person to feel sexual pressure and desire to fulfil that need. This is true for both males and females, married and not married, all races and ethnic groups. People are wired the same when it comes to sexuality. This makes sexuality a God given gift that comes naturally, which God expects all of us to handle with caution as we shall individually give an account about how we controlled it while in the earthly body.

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Brethren need to break the spirit of adultery and alcoholism among the youth at Mhlume

Mhlume.10There is a visible need for God to intervene in changing the conduct of youths at Mhlume compound. Mhlume is located in the eastern side of the country, an area dedicated to sugarcane farming and sugar processing. Sugarcane farming and processing has been termed the Swazi gold because it contributes a sizeable percentage to the economy of the country.

The one-on-one method of evangelism has proven to my source that most of the youth think that life is about living anyhow and nobody should really care about that. Unlike in the northern parts of the country such as Mbabane where people tend to be knowledgeable about Christianity, when you evangelise to someone at Mhlume they most likely would be puzzled at your story because it is hardly heard of. “You would swear that people have never heard about the Gospel of Jesus Christ by the way they conduct themselves at Mhlume” a friend said in a telephonic conversation on Tuesday 12th December 2015.

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Wandering Affections – For Man Only!

Wondering AffectionsThis lesson on Wondering Affections was delivered by Reverend J.S. Msane in a father’s fellowship service in Mbabane at the Evangelical Church. Below are interesting facts that married man should watch out for if they will survive ‘Wondering Affections’.

The Pastor listed 3 elements that are a challenge for every man; glory (pride), gold (money) and girls (woman). These three challenges affect all man, in the Christian faith and everywhere else. Research has confirmed that all three challenges affect man the same, none seems to be superior to the other. The Bible records a number of victims of these three challenges. Samson is one who was too proud to listen to what his parents were saying about his relationship with Delilah. For Samson, the start was ‘Glory’ or pride, and then it was ‘Girls’.

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