Separation from God
At Second Corinthians Six, the apostle Paul taught that righteousness cannot properly have fellowship with unrighteousness any more than light can have communion with darkness. As Christ cannot have concord with Belial, those that believe in Him have nothing in common with infidels. Because the Lord’s own are the temple of God by the indwelling of His Spirit, and because the temple of God has no agreement with idols, the faithful are called upon to be separate from the carnal world while touching not that which is spiritually unclean. While it can be a great temptation to be carried away by the world’s currents, the saints are warned that conformity to the world is an unequal yoke that results in separation from God.
Written by David Hayes Prophater