When it comes to what it is to be worldly, isn't it interesting how we have this tendency to come up with our own definitions of what is and what isn't? We like to define worldliness in a way that doesn't touch us; that's typically what happens. Yet if the truth be known, there is worldliness to some degree in every single person in this room ‚Äď and some more than others. Yet not a single one of us is overly given to admitting it.
Great Message, Great Applicable Truths I thought this was a great message with a lot to think about and great applicable truth, but there was only one thing I was very confused about. At the beginning you talked about people saying things aren't okay and how that is not good for us to do, but then that's what the rest of the message was about. I truly am confused about this because I called out someone else who claims to be a believer but talks very sensually about other men that are not her husband and posts them on her Facebook. I thought it was a good thing to do so because in the Facebook for instance she would quote a Bible verse and then turn around and post a picture of a man with sensual comments under it. I told her that was not okay in that was not God honoring. Please give clarification to the first part of the message. Thank you.