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Why is Lust a sin in Matthew, but praised in Proverbs?
Jesus says in the gospel of Matthew [paraphrasing] "if you look at a woman and lust for her, you have already sinned in your heart." In proverbs, they say, [again, paraphrasing] "let her [the ...
Jun 13 '13 at 12:56
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