Flee, run and don't look back
When Joseph was tempted to fornicate, he ran away. Literally, he took off, left. And you are still flirting, beating around the bush, pushing the boundary, feeding your desire to sin, planning your fall, and your escape just incase, contemplating, lusting, and disobeying the Spirit of God that's pointing you to the way out. Sounds familiar?
Fleeing also means, don't walk into it, near it, towards it, kind of by it. Stay away from it in the first place. See Proverbs 7:8, a story of a young man who lacked judgement.
Don't approach her/him, lest you fall. Not on Facebook, not on Twitter, not via Google, Instagram, real life, in your mind. Flee! Run away.
Paul wrote to Timothy, "Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart (2 Tim 2:22)."
Flee to a community of believers, brothers and sisters that will strengthen you and hold you accountable.
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