Several years ago, the Lord told me that more would be exposed for their Secret Sexual Sins.
True to His Word, the exposures continue.
It seems to me, out of preponderance of evidence, that this pastor does have lust in his heart and he took things to another level.
Not every pastor is a sex addict, but common sexual habits of pastors, or male and females in general point to level one sexual addiction activities. The progression is clear.
Level One: Porn, masturbation with or without porn, adultery, involving prostitutes or parishioners.
Most men involved with porn and masturbation will take things to the next level on level one. Tired of solo sex, they will engage in adultery or fornication. Even married men that get tempted to “try someone new” will lust after “strange flesh.”
Every man that has ever said that they wouldn’t cross the line has already planned to cross that line. In his mind, he already made “provision” to fulfill the lust of his flesh.
The only thing that he has to do is find a willing partner.
The wife that agreed to accept this immoral pastor’s sexual advances may have had an eye on this pastor too. Lust works on both sides of the fence. Women that come to church, some of them, do not come for the same reason. Vulnerable and gullible, they couldn’t resist the opportunity to fulfill the lust in their hearts.
One thing always lead to another quickly.
Eye contact during service or after service. Conversations that turn into connection conversations. Hand touching shoulders or handshakes that involve small talk with serious eye contact. Meeting at each other’s houses.
It is uncertain that the husband ignored his wife’s affection needs, or he did pay attention to her needs, but for her, it wasn’t enough. She may have felt the ungodly need to affirm her femininity by signaling to other men that she is “available.”
Women do that from time to time to see if they still have that “affect” on men.
Provocative dressing that reveal a little flesh that tempts the eyes of men to look. Wearing certain provocative scents to attract male attention.
While all of this is speculative of this situation, we know that theses are things that go on in the world. And the local church assembly is not exempt.
Then again, it is plausible that she could have enticed this pastor all along and he took the bait.
Look at Proverbs 7:18-23.
“Come, let us take our fill of love until morning;
Let us delight ourselves with love.
For my husband is not at home;
He has gone on a long journey;
He has taken a bag of money with him,
And will come home on the appointed day.”
With her enticing speech she caused him to yield,
With her flattering lips she seduced him.
Immediately he went after her, as an ox goes to the slaughter,
Or as a fool to the correction of the stocks,
Till an arrow struck his liver.
As a bird hastens to the snare,
He did not know it would cost his life.”
This scenario is possibly the way it went down.
The husband found out that his son was not picked up from school and when the husband came home, he found the pastor and his wife in his daughter’s bedroom having adulterous sex. It is no doubt that she suggested having sex in that room as opposed to her bedroom to avoid detection.
Nonetheless, the husband caught them and he went to get his gun.
As he was retrieving his gun, that’s when the pastor made a quick exit without his clothes.
According to the Christian Post, it was a close call. His wife somehow persuaded her husband not to shoot him. Which means that this pastor was seconds from death.
Hebrews 13:4 says “Marriage is honorable among all and the bed undefiled (unsoiled), but fornicators and adulterers God will judge.”
Which means that if this pastor had been killed, God would have judged him.
Revelation 21:8 says that “….sexual immoral….will be cast into the lake which burns with fire and brimstone.”
There is no question that this pastor would have ended up in hell if he had been shot and killed. Some professed believers would beg to differ on these Scriptures. It goes to show you that sin is nothing to them and that they think that just because he was a good pastor, that he will go to heaven anyway.
Just because you are a pastor, it is not a given that you are automatically on the “roll.”
Notice Ezekiel 18:24-26.
“But when a righteous man turns away from his righteousness and commits iniquity, and does according to all the abominations that the wicked man does, shall he live?
All the righteousness which he has done shall not be remembered; because of the unfaithfulness of which he is guilty and the sin which he has committed, because of them he shall die.
“Yet you say, ‘The way of the Lord is not fair.’
Hear now, O house of Israel, is it not My way which is fair, and your ways which are not fair? When a righteous man turns away from his righteousness, commits iniquity, and dies in it, it is because of the iniquity which he has done that he dies.”
Many will say that this is OT, we are under grace.
Romans 6:1 says, “Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound? Certainly not!”
The purpose of grace is not so you could continue in sin but to be free from it. The provision of grace demands a departure from sin.
Paul tells us in 2 Timothy 2:19 that “Those that name the name of Christ, depart from iniquity.”
You cannot be righteous and wicked at the same time (read 2 Corinthians 6:14-18).
We will hear about more pastors caught in the web of secret sexual sins. With the days of Noah and Lot upon us, you can count on it.