TIGER WOODS DODGED THE BIG QUESTION-- "WAS IT WORTH IT?" 07/07/2010


by Moody Adams
Tiger Woods faced a barrage of questions in Ireland following the J.P. McManus Invitational Pro-Am; Tiger answered a few normal golf questions before being was his sex scandal “worth it.”

A host of girl friends brought him some fun, but they cost an awful lot. Tiger lost his wife, his children and millions of dollars in endorsements as well as a sterling reputation.
“Was it worth it?” Obviously, of course not. Pastor Jeff Seaman

Prov. 5:1-5 “My son, attend to wisdom, bend your ear to knowledge, that caution may be your safeguard, and prudence may take care of you; keep hold of caution and sound sense, that they may save you from the loose woman: here lips drop honied words, her talk is smother than oil itself, but the end with her is bitter as poison, sharp as a sword with double edge; her feet go down to Death, her steps lead straight to the grave

Hebrews 11:25 says, there are pleasures of sin that can be enjoyed for a short time. But there is no lasting satisfaction in sin!

Evaluate sin six months later, five year later, when jobs have been lost, marriages torn apart, children raised without their father. It was a night of fun but now it is hardly fun and games.

Prov. 6:25, 26 warn, “Do not lust in your heart after her beauty or let her captivate you with her eyes, for the prostitute reduces you to a loaf of bread, and the adulteress preys upon your very life”.

Prov. 6:27, 28 ask, “Can a man scoop fire into his lap without his clothes being burned? Can a man walk on hot coals without his feet being scorched?”

Oswald Chambers said it this way:
Worldly people imagine that the saint must find it difficult to live with so many restriction, but the bondage is with the world, not with the saint. There is no such thing as freedom in the world, and the higher we go in the social life the more bondage there is.

Prov. 5:22,explains
“The evil deeds of a wicked man ensnare him; the cords of his sin hold him fast.”



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