Impurity's Ashe cloud
Soul Snack 101/11 ... Impurity's Ashe cloud
To navigate life well it must begin with the difficult and diligent pursuit of purity. The value and honor of purity is lost in a world that maligns it, seeks sexual conquests and approves of the dishonorable.
Impurity calls for indulgence, defilement and sin.
On February 6 1993 the celebrated tennis player Arthur Ashe died from receiving an AIDS infected blood transfusion during a previous operation. AIDS is seeded in immorality. Arthur Ashe tragically and innocently died because of another's impurity.
The battle for life (any life) is the battle for purity.
Both pure and impure behaviour will impact people to countless unknown generations never seen.
This war is a war waged with your head, heart and hands. To lose this battle now will cost you your soul then but victory now carries no punishment then, only purity for you and those you may impact.
Which would you rather gift to yourself and others - pollution or purity, death or life?
... become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and depraved generation, in which you shine like stars in the universe. (Phil 2:15)
Today's Soul Snippet:
To find rest in Jesus I must first stop in myself.