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Charles Spurgeon wrote, "If I have wickedness brought before me by others I will turn away from it, I will not gaze upon it with pleasure. Not only shall it not dwell in his heart, but not even before his eyes, for what fascinates the eye is very apt to gain admission into the heart," (Spurgeon, The Treasury of David).


Remember that he wrote this almost 100 years before the onslaught of television! What would this great preacher say today?

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