Look, Lust, Lay, and Lose By David O. Awe
LOOK, LUST, LAY, AND LOSE: The Tragic Consequences of Sexual Indiscretion explores the dangers of sexual indiscretion using copious examples of individuals from the Bible as well as historical and contemporary times that were indiscrete and suffered tragic consequences as a result. The book reveals that: • The fall into sexual indiscretion is rarely sudden; rather, it is usually a slow, gradual, and steady process that starts almost imperceptibly. • Bugs of sexual imprudence do not discriminate based on race, color, gender, or political views. • The cost of sexual indiscretion is highly disproportionate to whatever momentary gain or pleasure you may derive from it. • Sexual indiscretion has a way of leading you further than you wanted, holding you longer than you intended, and hurting you more than you ever imagined. • Moral and spiritual drains caused by sexual indiscretion are often gradual, and the decline is often unnoticed until it is too late to stop the drift. • God commands sexual purity, and enlightened self-interest demands it. • The longer you are sexually indiscreet, the more entwined in it you become and the more difficult it becomes for you to get out. Do not become the next casualty!
David's life mission to "live a God-centered, people-focused life and to exit to glory leaving behind legacies that are generational and indestructible" has found expression in his passionate commitment to mentoring young people not only in the areas of education and professions but also in marriage and family matters. He takes pleasure in pouring himself into the lives of everyone he comes across. He currently serves as president of Grand Prairie Metro Rotary Club, which he joined in 2004. David is also the current president of Hearts of Compassion Incorporated...
David’s life mission to “live a God-centered, people-focused life and to exit to glory leaving behind legacies that are generational and indestructible” has found expression in his passionate commitment to mentoring young people not only in the areas of education and professions but also in marriage and family matters.