Purity

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Our church is in the middle of ten days of prayer, called Ten Days of Fire.  My topic on Saturday night was cleansing and purity.  Purity isn’t popular.  But think, if everyone had pure thoughts, hearts, and lives, wouldn’t the world be a better place!  You go to work, and people make fun of purity.  The things we see on television in our own homes can fill the mind with impure thoughts.  People with pure thoughts with no hidden agendas do stand out because it is rare.  Jesus said, “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.”

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