1 Thesalonians 4:7:- For God has not called us for impurity, but in holiness.

Our journey of faith, our Christianity, calls us to purity. Miriam Webster Dictionary defines Purity as the quality or state of being pure. It may be further defines as freedom from adulteration or contamination, or freedom from immorality, especially of a sexual nature. Our journey of faith calls us to all this manners of purity. It calls us to be free from contamination or adulteration. This implies that those Christian values that we have learnt from Christ himself should not under any circumstance be corrupted, either by us or by those we encounter thus making us less of Christians. Christianity calls us to freedom from immorality, especially of sexual nature. It is a sin of passion and from yesterdays sharing, we learned that we should flee from it.

Christ calls us to be perfect as his father is perfect. (Mathew 5:48). It is this continuous struggle to become perfect not only in purity but in all aspects of Christian values that defines our calling. Purity is therefore not a state but a journey. I journey to continuously be like Christ, A journey to continuously and daily live a Christlike life. He was pure we live to imitate Him as we try to achieve this pure perfection. Christ, hold us close to you, inspire us daily and guide us in our journey towards perfection, that we may be more like you day by day…