Looking for Lust in All the Wrong Places

For those confused on the topic of lust, read these 8 short lines of Unapologetic.

Gives new insight to Matthew 5:27-28, doesn’t it?

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6 Responses to Looking for Lust in All the Wrong Places

  1. Aimee Byrd says:

    I noticed that as well as good poetry, she has a familiar name.

  2. Amy Kaneko says:

    Tim, I followed you over from Ruby Slippers the same way you did me 🙂
    I appreciate your tie-in to Matthew 5 here! Really makes a person examine where the root of lust actually stems from. And can we really just say the bulk of it stems from the body or dress of a woman?? (which is what fundamentalism in church culture often teaches)

    Also, I read some of your past blog posts and I value the thoughtfulness of them.

    • Tim says:

      I’m so glad you could come by, Amy. Your poetry is beautiful, and I couldn’t help passing it along.

      And thank you for your kind comment on my posts here.

      Cheers,
      Tim

  3. It is an interesting analogy, that’s for sure.

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