Fighting Internet Porn

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Do you talk to your children about what they’re seeing? If you’re not already, you should start immediately.

The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness! (Matthew 6:22–23, NKJV)

Do you talk to your children about what they’re seeing? Do you warn them about the dangers not only of pornography but also of other sites on the Internet and ask them to report to you when certain dangers arise? Let them know you want to help them stay away from danger. If you’re not doing this now, you should start immediately.

And what about you? Ask yourself this: “Would I be the least bit embarrassed if my mom or dad, my husband [or wife], or especially my children were seeing what I’m viewing on the Internet? How about God?” (He sees everything we do!) These are great questions to ask, because they are a great check in our spirits about what can be so devastating to our minds and spirits.

Be sure that you’re an involved citizen. Do you realize our public libraries can become the modern-day adult bookstores? The modern-day adult theaters? And unbeknownst to most of us, pornography even works its way into school libraries and computer labs. We have to be active as parents to see that protection is in place, so this enemy doesn't reach out and kidnap innocent minds. This is a constant battle worth fighting.

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