Psalm 101:3

Psalm 101:3
I will refuse to look at anything vile and vulgar.
Psalm 101:3

After Thought

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The eye is a window to the soul. Keeping a clear eye is crucial to keeping a clean heart.
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~ Pastor Bob
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