BCC Weekend Media Resource: Brad Hambrick on Overcoming Sexual Sin

May 11, 2013

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The BCC Weekend Media Resource

BCC Staff Note: During weekends we often highlight one of our free resources. This weekend we highlight a nine-part video series by Brad Hambrick on Overcoming Sexual Sin. Highlighted below is Part 9, however, you can find all nine parts at our BCC Resource page.

False Love

This is the ninth video in a nine part series entitled “False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery.” False Love has a complementing seminar entitled “True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin.” For more information on either seminar, please follow the links provided.

STEWARD all of my life for God’s glory.

To “steward” something means to use it for God’s intended purpose. It is important to remember that what is being stewarded is your life, not merely the experience of overcoming sexual sin. To think otherwise would be to define yourself by your struggle again.

“I use the word recovery less, and the word healing or transformation more. We don’t go backward and recover; rather, we go forward to heal and be transformed… I have come to believe the Twelve Steps do not emphasize enough the radical spiritual transformation that can only be achieved through a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ” (Mark Laaser, Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction, p. 18).

Sin is a parasite that lives off of stolen resources (time, energy, love, etc…) that were intended for other purposes. As we rid ourselves of this vile intruder, those resources upon which sin once indulged become available for God’s design and our true enjoyment. Ultimately, stewardship is the pinnacle where purpose, worship, and joy meet.

“Sex addicts must develop a vision. A vision is a clear idea of God’s calling, plan, and purpose for one’s life” (Mark Laaser, Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction, p. 167).

“The fight of faith against lust is the fight to stay satisfied with God” (John Piper, Future Grace, p. 335).