From God’s perspective, purity involves much more than what we do in one area of our life, it has to with what we choose in very part of our life. Achieving true purity is possible, but not through our own efforts. We need to rely on Christ every day to empower us to live in purity. Then our quest for purity would not be frustrated by our failures, it will be a sign of Christ successful work within us.
Purity means choosing to love God more than we love anything or anyone else and expressing that love by wholehearted devoting our life to Him. It is important to pursue purity because the more pure we become, the more we will grow into the person He intends we become.
Learn whatever we can from arguments that may help us to grow spiritually. When dealing with our enemies, ask the Holy Spirit to guide us so that we can respond in the power of God’s love rather than react to what they have done to us. Choose to forgive them, pray for them and maintain healthy boundaries to protect our self from those who have not shown any remorse or change behavior toward us. Relate to strangers with kindness and grace, keeping in mind that every person is someone whom He love and made in God’s image.
Bishop Jordan believes that rather than relying on our own efforts to be good in order to achieve a pure life, base on our purity on our faith in God and love for Him. The more we trust Him to work in our life, the more pure we can become. Aim to develop a faith that obeys Him as a way of expressing love for Hod, does not run away from Him during tough circumstances, confess and repent of sin, surrender to His will, hopes only in Him rather than in anything the world offers, and spending significant time daily prayers, listening for what He has to say. Learn more about Bishop Jordan art of war, talk to Master prophet and get free written prophecy.
“Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart. Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupids arguments, because you know they produce quarrels.” (Timothy 2:22-23)