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Famous Pastor Witness How He Managed To Abandon The Sin Of Pornography

Famous Pastor Witness How He Managed To Abandon The Sin Of Pornography

Pornography is one of the most recurring problems among Christians, and Pastor Perry Noble recounts in his testimony that for many years he fought addiction to sexually explicit photos and videos.

Church leader NewSpring in Anderson, South Carolina, Perry said fixation with pornography began when he was 14 years old, through channels he could access on television.

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In an article published on his blog, Perry said he feared that the problem with pornography made him face difficulties in his marriage and even in his ministry, and that addiction made him “develop a very realistic view of sex and a sick perception about women”.

He admits that in his years in school he saw nothing wrong with what he was doing. Until he accepted Christ and knew the message of the Gospel: “My life has changed. I knew that pornography was wrong and it was not what God wanted for me, but I had sown the seeds of a pornography addiction in my life for over five years. I wanted the urge to look at porn disappear overnight, but that did not happen. I actually had problems with this for 10 years, “he reported.

“Pornography was a sin of mine that nobody knew. The fight was real and intense emotionally and spiritually. I doubted my salvation. I almost pulled away from the ministry, I thought God hated me … I could not control the addiction, “the pastor wrote.

Pornography is one of the most recurring problems among Christians, and Pastor Perry Noble recounts in his testimony that for many years he fought addiction to sexually explicit photos and videos.

Church leader NewSpring in Anderson, South Carolina, Perry said fixation with pornography began when he was 14 years old, through channels he could access on television.

In an article published on his blog, Perry said he feared that the problem with pornography made him face difficulties in his marriage and even in his ministry, and that addiction made him “develop a very realistic view of sex and a sick perception about women”.

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He admits that in his years in school he saw nothing wrong with what he was doing. Until he accepted Christ and knew the message of the Gospel: “My life has changed. I knew that pornography was wrong and it was not what God wanted for me, but I had sown the seeds of a pornography addiction in my life for over five years. I wanted the urge to look at porn disappear overnight, but that did not happen. I actually had problems with this for 10 years, “he reported.

“Pornography was a sin of mine that nobody knew. The fight was real and intense emotionally and spiritually. I doubted my salvation. I almost pulled away from the ministry, I thought God hated me … I could not control the addiction, “the pastor wrote.

In the account, he says he gave his life to Jesus in 1990, but the rise of the internet made access to pornography even easier, and “spiritual things almost got out of control.” Perry claims he struggled and stayed for months without accessing any pornographic content, but the desire returned to the forefront without warning.

The notion that he needed to do something about it came in 2000 when he married Lucretia: “I realized that addiction to pornography would destroy my marriage,” summarizes the pastor, who said he was honest with his wife about his difficulty and won a partner in the fight against addiction.


“One of these days I read a report about some pastor who was arrested after using church computers to download pornography,” Perry wrote, wailing. Using the fact to illustrate his counseling, the pastor suggests that those facing difficulties with pornography should seek help from those close to them. “Tell your wife. She has the right to know … And she can pray for you in a powerful way, “says the pastor, who even free of addiction, still remains the target of his wife’s prayers:” She has been responsible for me today, “he concludes. .

Pornography is as sinful as judgment, lack of love, lack of mercy, ‘sins of the tongue’ and others. We always need to “look within ourselves,” to watch over not to fall and to plead misery to God who enables us to overcome sin. The Bible states that “he who says he has no sin is a liar,” but if we confess our sins, he (Jesus) is faithful to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. ”
The shepherd fulfills his duty to exhort and instruct those who are suffering and even suffering with their sinful nature, inlcusive the addicts in pornography, who add a multitude of people around the world. Pornography has destroyed peace, misrepresented the sexuality of millions of people, created insecurity and addiction. It has been used by many as an escape valve for problems of various natures, but to the end ‘imprisoned’ people, including Christians.

It is much easier to shut up about it and pretend that this problem does not occur in the lives of Christians, but it is wiser, wise, and biblical to confront sin so that it will be overcome. The more one sees out there, they are leaders doing theater and fostering a hypocritical, purely moralistic holiness and that does not open space for the Christian in internal struggles to expose their difficulties and ask for help.
The pastor’s testimony only contributes to the exercise of someone who has struggled and overcame the problem.