In July of 1991 thousands of tourists flocked to the little town of Cabo San Lucas at the tip of Baja to witness a total eclipse of the sun. The night before the eclipse a town meeting was held by a group of astronomers from the University of Texas. They answered many questions and discussed how to safely observe the eclipse. They emphasized that you never look at a partial eclipse with your naked eye. One astronomer related how at another eclipse one man disregarded words of caution and looked at the partial eclipse with his binoculars. It did not blind him, but burned the crescent image of the eclipsed sun into his retina. His vision was permanently marked by that image. How often we disregard God’s words of warning, and casually gaze upon a pornographic magazine or movie. What appears to be a harmless activity burns an image of immorality into our minds we carry with us for the rest of…
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