Moral Purity

Moral PurityMoral Purity. In this day and age we might be tempted to ask, “What is that?” Judging from the characters that appear on T.V. and in the movies, if they, indeed, are a true reflection of society, we might conclude that no one practices moral purity any more.

Since everybody seems to be doing it, or in this case, not doing it, is it acceptable for the Christian to go along with the crowd and engage in a life of immorality? The Word of God responds with a resounding, “No!” The Scriptures inform us that the Lord Jesus Christ has redeemed the Christian from a life of sin (including immorality) and for a life that is in conformity with our Savior’s own devotion to the holy law of God. Furthermore, the Bible warns that the judgment of God will come upon those who practice a lifestyle of immorality.

With regard to the matter of sexual conduct, how does God expect us as Christians to live? How are we enabled to do so? For more on this subject, check out the Bible study courses on Moral Purity.


Fatal Attraction: Guard Yourself Against Adultery (Proverbs 5:1-23; 6:23-35)

This Bible study course, based on Proverbs 5 and 6, cautions us against the dangerous allurements of adultery and counsels us as to how counteract them.

How To Avoid Sexual Immorality (Proverbs 7:1-27)

This Bible study course, based on the teaching of Proverbs 7:1-27, warns us of the tragic consequences of immorality.

Three Guidelines For Sexual Purity (1 Corinthians 6:12-20)

This Bible study course, based upon the apostle Paul’s teaching contained in 1 Corinthians 6:12-20, discusses the guidelines that will help us as Christians to avoid sexual immorality and maintain moral purity.

Practice Moral Purity (Ephesians 5:3-14)

This Bible study course, based on the apostle Paul’s teaching contained in Ephesians 5:3-14, urges us as Christians to practice moral purity, supplying the reasons for doing so.