Iniquity

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Let every one that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity.
Scripture is clear. There is a call to the individual to depart from iniquity - whether religious or moral. Christ cannot link His name with evil. Therefore, if we ever find ourselves identified with that which either supports evil or is evil, we are called to depart from it. Take that step of faith. Leave what is evil and let the Lord show you what the next step is.