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The Infectiousness of Sin

"Therefore, come out from among unbelievers, and separate yourselves from them, says the Lord. Don’t touch their filthy things, and I will welcome you."  2 Corinthians 6:17 An infection can spread very quickly throughout the body. A few years back, I went to bed well and fine, and was awakened early in the morning with a C. difficile infection that came close to taking my life.  I never even knew I had a problem.   Sin is a lot like that.  Sometimes we never even realize there's a problem. By the time we realize there is a problem, the infection has often spread far beyond control.  The only way to gain control is to quarantine. But that only stops the spread.  It doesn't deal with the infection. When sin permeates and invades the entire body of Christ, much like we see happening in the American church today, the consequences are even more devastating.  Those who sound the alarm are often belittled and berated like the prophets of old.  And the church continues on in

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