During that commute, they may check their text messages or make a quick call on their cell phones.
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Interestingly enough, I’ve grown up in church and I’ve heard loads of sermons about how wrong sexual sin is. But I honestly can’t remember hearing any sermons like the ones my pastor preached, especially the message entitled “Walk the Line.” I highly encourage anyone reading this post to head over to the church website for this awesome series if you’d like more answers to questions like: I’m so blessed today to be a part of a group of Christian bloggers uniting in a discussion on purity.
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It’s interesting how the word “pure” is a positive, wonderful word when it comes to drinking water to sustain our bodies.
But somehow, the same world that wouldn’t think of drinking contaminated water will often ridicule people who desire to remain pure in their relationships.
Purity in the life of a Christian means making the proper choices to be without sin in your life.