Impurity problems? Read this from the CCC


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"(A man) is rightly called a king who makes his own body an obedient subject**…"

II. THE LAY FAITHFUL

Participation in Christ’s kingly office

**908 **By his obedience unto death, Christ communicated to his disciples the gift of royal freedom, so that they might “by the self-abnegation of a holy life, overcome the reign of sin in themselves”:
That man is rightly called a king who makes his own body an obedient subject and, by governing himself with suitable rigor, refuses to let his passions breed rebellion in his soul, for he exercises a kind of royal power over himself. And because he knows how to rule his own person as king, so too does he sit as its judge. He will not let himself be imprisoned by sin, or thrown headlong into wickedness.


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[quote="The_Reginator, post:1, topic:320673"]
"(A man) is rightly called a king who makes his own body* an obedient subject*..."

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Wow. This is an epic quote.

Thanks for sharing!

God bless.


#3

[quote="PJD1987, post:2, topic:320673"]
Wow. This is an epic quote.

Thanks for sharing!

God bless.

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:yup::thumbsup:


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