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Just when you thought reality television couldn't get any more "real," a new show is in the works that could make stars out of cheating husbands and wives.

The still-untitled program is slated to feature real-life couples who met on a matchmaking website designed specifically for people who are unfaithful to their spouses.

The Toronto-based site, the Ashley Madison Agency, is said to have some 280,000 members in North America since it went online two years ago.

"Infidelity has become a real hot-button topic these days everybody is talking about," Darren Morgenstern, the founder of the site, told the New York Post.


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This is saddening due to the fact that I live in Toronto, what an awful thing that is being allowed and accepted by the general public. The people that commit outward evil sin are not ashamed anymore for they don't have an righteous Christians to bring shame on their lifestyle.


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Take heart. The remnant is still rebuking, but the hearers know their time is near, and are merely 'going for the gusto'...
This Yank is praying for his Canadian brethren. My Christian freinds from Canada have noticed something lately that worries them; perhaps this item is yet another manifestation.
But mainly, I simply remain most concerned for my own soul, and Christ's commandment...

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Many years ago I picked up this quote regarding Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, but I have never been able to document the exact source...

Five attributes marked Rome at its end

1. a mounting love of show and luxury
2. a widening gap between the very rich and the very poor
3. an obsession with sex
4. freakishness in the arts masquerading as originality, and enthusiams pretending to be creativity.
5. an increased desire to live off the state.

he that hath ears to hear...


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Yes and in the book "America is to Young to Die" Leonard Ravenhill also states from someone else 3 main causes to the demise of the great power:

1.money
2.sex
3.sports

which are quite close to your 5 points. North America is wanning.. how long O Lord! We need a genuine nation wide revival if our countries are to survive that much longer.


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The remnant is still rebuking, but the hearers know their time is near, and are merely 'going for the gusto'...



Amen!


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EZE 16:48-49 I believe we'er seeing the justification for the wrath of God displayed out before His judgement occurs,that all may see and know the righteous judgements of a Holy God.I would expect to see preachers of Holy Ghost fire next in all areas of life warning but will they listen?Sports heros (idols) are being exposed as worthless persons who need repentance and belief in Jesus. But who will speak up?Who indeed will be willing to be Jesus' mouth piece in the world outside of the 4 walls of the church?I've seen a few here on this site , maybe there's still time and hope.


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When the U.S. (along with Canada and most of Europe, probably, over a period of time) falls under the weight of its sin, as appears quite likely, I imagine there will be a time of great strife and distress. It is the likelihood of that period that causes me to consider remaining single appropriate, in order to spare a woman the pains of childbirth or childrearing in such an unstable time (Luke 21:23).

But, if the Lord tarries further, the Bride of Christ, the Church purified, will rise from the ashes.

Lord, please tell us if these times truly do warrant such considerations as preferring celibacy and increased separation from the economic system...

And please have us obey, whatever Thine will.

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