Dubbed “the Virgin Bachelor” SEAN LOWE, an actor and reality show star showed all of us you can date and maintain your purity. And he did it on two reality shows — God’s way. He and his wife are enjoying spiritual dividends as a result of their decision, a healthy happy marriage.
Sean Lowe had some serious misgivings about appearing on the Bachelor reality T.V. show. As a Christian, he worried his testimony might be tainted by the ambiance of contestants drinking and fornicating.
When he said he would wait until marriage to have sex after appearing on the show, he cleared up doubt among Christians — and he unleashed a maelstrom of criticism in the secular media. He was roundly ridiculed as the “virgin bachelor.”
“Never in a million years did I think I’d do a cheesy reality TV show about love,” he said later on the “I am Second” video series.
His sister set him up for it. Sean, who floundered with an investment business, got a call from the LA area code one day out of the blue. They wanted him to audition for “Bachelorette,” the “reality” show in which through weeks of dating on some remote tropical site…
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JUSTICE AN ETERNAL PRINCIPLE?
The plight of the over two million incarceration citizens of this great country of ours. It saddens me that this beloved country of ours would housed the largest prison population on the planet. So it is clear that people of goodwill have to play a proactive role in addressing and righting this grave injustice. The United States cannot continue to claim to be the moral conscious of the world and at the same time throw away over two million of its citizens. Many, if not most of these men and women do not deserve and warrant being locked up for two, three, and for some, four decades of their life. Some of these men and women are serving lengthy sentences for committing nonviolent offences. Not only is the lives of these men and women destroyed, but also the lives of their children and all their love ones. If one commits…
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The Gospel on Finances