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Matthew — This interpretation is reflected in the following translations:. So the common teaching is: lust that is, sexual lust is absolutely evil—equivalent, even, to the physical act of sexual sin. Despite its popularity, this interpretation is imprecise, even flat wrong, and le to surprisingly harmful consequences, making this verse a great candidate to start this series.

The first thing to understand in this passage and in the Sermon on the Mount in general is that Jesus is in no way intensifying the Law here, nor is he really saying anything new. Ex LXX. Instead, he directly cites one of the Ten Commands to remind his audience that the Law not only prohibits adultery, it prohibits coveting with the same severity.

In addition, Jesus gives no indication that he regards the Law as too difficult to keep—he not only assumes that his followers can follow his interpretation of the Torah but commands them to do so. Then, when lust has conceived, it gives birth to sin. In fact, the word simply refers to a strong, passionate desire, used either of sexual desire or of a strong desire for something non-sexual.

This part is concerned with things like truth and knowledge and the highest aspects of human life. This part is represented in the human body by the head, which is the highest part of the body, stretching towards the heavens.

Take food, for example. The desire for food is necessary inasmuch as the body will die without food, but the appetite does not simply restrict itself to what is necessary. Instead, a person may desire extremely expensive food unnecessary or, in extreme cases, may desire to eat something improper i. Since it is prone to run amok, the appetite part of the soul must be governed by the higher parts of the soul to keep it in check. This part is the seat of the will and courage and can be shaped through education and training.

If a person is well-ordered, these parts work together in a manner likened to a harmony of three musical notes, each necessary to the song. Plato thus sees it as critical that the mind retains the allegiance of the will, giving it direction and controlling the appetites. But directing these desires towards taking, obtaining, or enjoying what is not lawful is forbidden—that action itself an act of the will is forbidden by the Tenth Command and is sin. The other major mistake in the interpretation of this verse and many translations, as shown above involves misconstruing the grammar.

Matthew uses this construction four other times, and each time it denotes the purpose of the action :. This is a critically important point; Jesus is not suggesting that any sexual thought or inclination towards a woman is sinful. Nor is he suggesting that such thoughts or attractions being triggered by a look are sinful.

The look is not the problem nor is the presence of a beautiful woman, which some of that day tended to blame as the real problem ; no, these are assumed. Instead, Jesus addresses the matter of intent, of volition, the purpose of the look.

The issue is not the appetite itself but how a man directs this natural appetite and inclination. This fits well within the immediate context; throughout this section of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus is pointing out the root causes of the sins enumerated in the Law. Yes, adultery is a sin, but the sin has entered the heart the moment one determines to seek it out. The moment a man even looks at a woman for that purpose, adultery has already polluted the heart. Jesus does not condemn the desire but the action taken on the desire. Finally, Jesus does not say that the thought and the action are equivalent, as is often taught.

Rather, Jesus says that adultery has been committed in the heart , that the will has already bent itself towards adultery. Again, the emphasis is on intent—that is, without the decision to move towards adultery, the act would never be committed.

Therefore, Jesus says, deal with the primary problem of intention and adultery becomes a non-issue. As will be shown below, the suggestion that the thought and action are equivalent can cause much harm. The biggest problem with the way these verses are usually explained is that it misplaces the focus away from the will, from the commitment of the heart, towards a condemnation of the natural desires human beings are created having.

Young men in many churches are effectively told that there is something inherently sinful in their sexual impulses. There are several that typically follow from this:. I know the bible [ sic ] fairly well … and have yet to find where the bible [ sic ] says it is wrong to have sex with more than one person or have sex before marriage.

Adultery is having sex with someone elses [ sic ] partner which is wrong and you can have sex without looking at someone lustfully. See this post for a discussion of the fallacy of searching for the soul mate in much of American Christian culture.

Summary So to sum it up, Matthew —28 is not a condemnation of lust or sexual desire, nor does it mean that every red-blooded male necessarily sins every time a beautiful woman walks into a room or onto a movie screen or anywhere else she may appear. The point in this passage is that once the will has turned toward illicit behavior, sin has already entered the heart and, once fully conceived, will bring forth death.

The emphasis should therefore be upon willfully bending natural desires away from illicit objects or persons and toward what is right. Part of the payoff for properly understanding these two verses is the understanding that the requirement they set forth is neither impossible nor unreasonable.

There is no requirement to somehow lose the drives and appetites that we were born with, nor should there be any guilt for having them. On the contrary, it is a matter of the commitment of the will, the orientation of the heart, that Jesus is discussing. It is the covetous look that is forbidden, not lust or desire itself. Jesus intended the standards set forth here to be lived. Great breakdown Jason. An important verse to get right, as it not only helps struggling Christian men but also doesn't set up unnecessary hurdles for non-Christians contemplating Christianity.

Of course it has the advantage of also being accurate and truthful…and you know what they say about truth…. Hi all! I am of God. And you know what? I knew a fair amount of the things that was said here on this post. But not all of it. Do thank you! But here is the thing? And in turn they are not teaching correctly what the scriptures are actually saying? Now with me? I look at Greek and Hebrew quite often in relation to what pastors say? And even when I read the Bible myself. And you know?

That is really sad! Because these people who stand in front of people every Sunday should know for certain what they are talking about? They are supposed to not be ignorant when it comes to scripture? But many are ignorant concerning certain aspects of what they are saying? Because of their lack of applying understanding of Greek and Hebrew into their teaching and preaching? Its simple to do! And then when they teach or preach?

They would be accurate in what they are saying. So all of you as you read the Bible? Or listen to preachers and teachers? Please take what I said into consideration? Do may the Lord richly bless all of you! Your persistent, incorrect usage of the question mark made reading your otherwise GREAT post tedious, even frustrating. Best regards. Thank you for your bizarre comment. There are only five question marks in the entire post, all of which are used in an acceptable manner.

Have a great day? I have a question, though. Not to answer my own question, but it seems in churches that other religions too that fear and guilt are placed upon members to ensure they put more money in the cofers.

It seems quite obvious; but people keep lining the pockets of evangelicals that preach politics on the pulpit. Or stop building these super fancy churches but giving nothing to their geographical community as a whole and very little even to their own congregation. You misunderstand why Jesus even came to this planet through your slaughtered-by-men for eons Bible. She was obviously talking to Douglas. Get me on my exclamation points being of poor punctuation lol.

There are verses that says refer not to sleep around rather each man get their own wife. Not gonna respond back to your ridiculous of sexual immorality. I actually think this is a technical error not made by writer. I have experienced this glich online. No-one is perfect, and this is an emotional topic close to our hearts that we may feel the need to defend. Carriage Return. Chill out chick. Listen to what he said, and realize that he has a point.

Stop criticizing his grammar. Listen to what he said. Good freaking goodness you people bug the crap out of it. Shut up! Narcissism and verbal abuse are rampant, and you demonstrate both. I don't really see Jesus going beyond what was already taught. So I would endorse your view: In this case, it would probably be appropriate even to translate this verse "in order to covet her," rather than "to lust after her," in part because "covet" reflects intentionality reflected in the passage.

I like your suggested translation. Good point, Stephen. The more I've looked at this passage over the years, the more I've connected it with that also. And the nice thing is that "covet" carries closer to the proper connotation in English than "lust," which is associated more with the drive than an intentional action. But I wish her the best with her next movie. As long as Satan can have one to trust in their own works of righteousness in the flesh, he can defeat them.

The only way to overcome the defeat Satan offers is to trust in Jesus alone for salvation. Romans 8: There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. Thank you soo much for this critical analysis and explanation of the Scripture. So many lies and untruths have been taught because of a failure to understand correctly.

Thanks again and Shalom. It is so well reasoned and clearly written too! I really enjoyed reading it. Thank you so much, Jason and God bless you. I thought that article was fantastic. Would you say that masturbation was one of the proper outlets for sexual desire you mentioned, or would the accompanying fantasies with this act render it as adultery that Jesus speaks of above?

Would be great to hear back from you on this. Good question, John. Thanks again for your reply, and your honesty. Definitely food for thought. Take care. The subject of masturbation is about as relevant and day to day as is the subject of food and yet no clear direction from God in all the Bible. I think you have it very wrong in your view and are practicing the very sexual repression you are are warning about.

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