Two words that will not be forgotten by millions of people for as long as they live.
Divorce lawyers in some cities are not even answering their phones.
Computer hackers are being celebrated and vindicated.
Millions of men and women are in a state of panic.
People are being blackmailed.
Josh Dugger is a self-admitted hypocrite.
And spouses and children of married couples are about to have their lives ruined.
Because almost 39 million people are anonymous members of the “Ashley Madison” website that allows affairs to be “easy” and “risk-free.” And that website was hacked, which has left millions exposed. As one article notes:
THE slogan of Ashley Madison, a website that arranges extramarital liaisons, is “Life is short. Have an affair.” Its home page shows a woman holding a finger to her lips. So much for promising to keep secrets. Last month a group of hackers called Impact Team stole the site’s user database and transaction history going back to 2007, and this week they released it online: more than 30m users’ names, addresses and personal details, along with GPS co-ordinates and sexual preferences.
People are paying to commit adultery. Oh, the sad irony.
Marital unfaithfulness is a serious, serious sin. It is never an isolated sin. Adultery strikes at almost every commandment, and in the case of Christians this sin is heinous, especially in the case of ministers. Besides breaking the first three commandments, the adulterer (7th commandment) is: a murderer (6th – hates his neighbour, spouse, children), thief (8th – steals what is not his), liar (9th), and coveter (10th). And when you commit that many sins, you’re likely to be found out sooner or later (Prov. 10:9).
Quite frankly, I don’t want to hear about love that is divorced from faithfulness because that type of love only leads to heartbreak sooner or later.
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