Porn is accepted

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Porn is accepted, don’t you think?  According to the demand and the stats, you would think so.  Generally, I would sum up pornography as images of what was created (originally) to be private and precious moments, which were never meant to be projected on the world’s screen.  So it’s sort of a new version of something old and what God created to be good, twisted into a different version, a darker version.  The acts themselves are a different type of darkness, separate from the projection of the images of the acts-projecting the images is an extension of the acts in the images.  Whether you never view these images or you view them everyday, you should know what they really are.

The darkness of lust is difficult to escape.  If you are there, you are not free.  We are slaves to whatever controls us.  But you should know there is a chance of escape.  Jesus came here to rescue us all, and make us whole.  Seek Him and you will find Him.  When you do, thank Him for every incremental improvement each day.  Because of the nature of sin, change sometimes takes awhile.  Sort of like deconstructing a vault.

For His divine power has given us everything

required for life and godliness,

through the knowledge of Him who called us by

His own glory and goodness.

By these He has given us very great and precious promises,

so that through them you may share in the divine nature,

escaping the corruption

that is in the world through lust.

For this very reason,

make every effort to supplement your faith

with goodness,

goodness with knowledge,

knowledge with self-control,

self-control with endurance,

endurance with godliness,

godliness with brotherly affection,

and brotherly affection with love.

2 Peter 1:3-7

“He’s vulgar, Wormwood.  He has a bourgeois mind.  He has filled His world full of pleasures.  There are things for humans to do all day long without His minding in the least-sleeping, washing, eating, drinking, making love, playing, praying, working.  Everything has to be twisted before it’s any use to us.”  The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis, pg. 118

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