Monday, October 12

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    Monday, October 12

    Do you not know that unrighteous people will not inherit God’s Kingdom? . . . And yet that is what some of you were. But you have been washed clean;
    . . . you have been declared righteous.

    1 Cor. 6:9, 11.

    To accept the truth and live by the Bible’s moral standards, we must be willing to make changes in our thinking and conduct. Note what Peter wrote regarding these adjustments: “As obedient children, stop being molded by the desires you formerly had in your ignorance, but . . . become holy yourselves in all your conduct.”

    (1 Pet. 1:14, 15)

    For people in the morally corrupt city of Corinth, buying truth meant making major changes in their lifestyle. Likewise, to be able to buy truth, many today have turned their back on ungodly conduct.

    Peter further reminded Christians in his day: “The time that has passed by is sufficient for you to have done the will of the nations when you carried on in acts of brazen conduct, unbridled passions, overdrinking, wild parties, drinking bouts, and lawless idolatries.”1 Pet. 4:3.


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