In a morally lax world, what do you do with fly by sights?

An instructor at Biola once said, "You can't keep birds from flying over you, but you don't have to let them build a nest on your head."

The context of his comment was to encourage students in the morally lax 70s not to take that second and lingering look. That was David's mistake with the beautiful Bathsheba and led him down a dangerous path.

I wonder if today's students are hearing and responding to messages encouraging purity in a muddy world. Some of that mud is quicksand.

Something to think about.


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