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Eckardtesian Thought: I think, therefore I write . . .
The Apostle Paul connects our redemption to the importance of fleeing fornication. Since he sacrificed himself to God for us, we ought to turn from the evils of the fallen-ness of the world. In the Book of Revelation, the great enemy is called Babylon the Whore, the sexual beast that is opposed to God. This is seen in our culture today quite clearly. Let us hold to Christ, and to our life in him instead. Audio is here: Sermon for First Tuesday Vespers, on Ephesians 6.
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