Sensualism has no power to overpower you

The Christian Science Monitor

We live in an age that sells sensualism as readily as toothpaste—and suffers greatly from the consequences. But no one has to resign himself or herself to sensualism or to fear that its hold is unbreakable.

I write this having just read about a young man who came close to destroying himself in an all-out effort to live "the good life." To me, three startling things surfaced out of the more obvious events of his immorality. They are the most convincing reasons I've found for making the effort to help ourselves and others refuse to have anything to do with sin in any form.

August 28, 1989
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