An arrogant man was entering a town, thinking that nothing could go wrong. He was very confident in his abilities, so he went into the town without any protection, even though he knew something was very dangerous about the town. As he entered, he was mugged by one man. Thinking that he could still go on, he went ahead some more. As he entered deeper inside the town, he was mugged by another man, but greater than the last. I am still alive, the man thought, so he went on. And as he reached the center of the town, the third man killed him. This parable describes sexual sin, particularly on the internet. You start out with no real intention of falling into sin, but you know that what you are doing is wrong. Then you get deeper into it still confident that you won't sin (though you have sinned already at this point, most likely). And then the body takes over and you fall into that sin that you so thought you were not going to fall into. I know this scenario all too well. The best thing to do is to stop at the beginning. It is hard to stop in the middle, and certainly hard to stop at the end.