“What’s the difference between lust and sexual desire?”

As I’ve often said, nothing wrong with admiring another but to desire them for yourself beyond that is too far. I love Multnomah Falls here in Oregon, it is beautiful and impressive – but I don’t wish that it were mine.

Ray Comfort's Daily Evidence

There is a difference between lust and sexual desire. God did give us sexual desire and it is not a bad thing. In fact it is a good thing. How else would we be attracted to a prospective spouse, and why would we even procreate if there was no “desire”

So what is the difference between sexual attraction and lust? One dictionary says that “lust” is “uncontrolled or illicit sexual desire or appetite; lecherousness.” Or to put it another way, lust is pornography of the mind.

How then do we know the difference between “looking” and lusting? The answer is to listen to your God-given conscience. It will tell you…if you have a mind to listen. There is nothing wrong with simply seeing someone and having the automatic thought that she is attractive. But that is different from then formulating sexual thoughts about that person to lust for her. In…

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