First Thessalonians 4 makes it clear that in God’s purpose for sanctification, it is impossible to make progress while engaged in sexual immorality. Examining this passage, Alistair Begg emphasizes the importance of personal holiness for those who shepherd God’s people. A pastor’s secret life is key to his public usefulness, and one of his congregation’s great needs is his godliness. He must provide an example for those under his care to follow by steering clear of any sexual impurity.
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