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Published on Jan 29, 2013

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Published on Dec 30, 2013

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In my younger naive days when I left the church and made my way into the world I found that women tried to encourage me to wear my neckline a little more obvious.

In other words I think they were hinting if I showed a little more skin (I think this is baloney.  If a man finds one attractive he should be looking at more than my attributes.  Especially if he is a Christian man.) I would get a man.  This maybe so but I could never do this for some reason.  Hope it was the Holy Spirit on my shoulder encouraging me to be better in life.

I came through some bad times because I bought this “Culture of Death” for a little while.  I had my chances to shack up with men before marriage.

I am no angel and now am glad that the Lord has found me and asked me back to the fold.

He asks us back anytime.  Dont think there is any sin that cannot be forgiven.  Its up to us to be forgiven by God.  The world of course can still hold things against us and most certainly it does.

I recently witnessed and Im ashamed to say I dont know how to handle this but this is whats going on.

Recently I witnessed the protest outside of a diner of a local pedophile.  I dont know what the story is behind this but do we know that this person isnt trying to get their life back on track?   If he is working here what does this tell us?

I dont know what this person did but its not up to me to judge them.  I dont know if they are back on track and I dont know very much about what takes place when it comes to helping someone who suffers from pedophilia.

I dont know what kind of judgment and program this person is on which the Judge established in his court.

Pedophilia is heinous today in society and so it should be.  The Lord warned us not to hurt children or we would be better off dead.   We also will not like our judgment on judgment day by the Lord.

I do know that if I pass by and I dont mention this here Im just as bad as those that condemn this person.

Hope this person gets help and I hope our society learns more about these dreaded problems on society.

I made this distinction from the most heinous sexual crime in our society because Im not so sure this hasnt some bearing on what is destroying our world today.

So I go back to modesty.  Its time we respected it and we tried to emulate it.

See:  http://www.catholicmodesty.com/

 

 

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