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    • If you are speaking to the Church fine, but if you are in hopes that the world will change then that will only come the way you realized the folly of sexual promiscuity...through the new birth.  God's law to the natural mind is seen as a blockade to it's freedom and if it tries at turning over a new leaf, it fails. It takes the new nature to be willing and God's Spirit for the strength, every thing else will turn to efforts of the flesh.
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