Much better, TJ! Although there is one thing to think about. Can God really not be where impurity is? God in the flesh came into this world of impurity and sat among sinners. He was definitely in the midst of impurity. One other thing to think about, did Christ come to you while you were impure, or to Paul, or to any other sinner? He approached us while we were deep into sin. That is what is so amazing about His grace. We were the ones who separated from Him, not Him from us. When we were children we were part of His kingdom even though we are born into sin. He said, "Let the children come unto me, for such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Then we grew and we were the ones who separated from Him. Now that you are a Christian and you dive into sin, have you moved or has God? How effective was the death of the creator of the universe in the flesh? God can do all things! He can be where there is impurity but He will not take on impurity. TJ, God does not change. He loves you fiercely even if you choose to be a prodigal son. God will wait patiently for you to come back to Him. Did God move away from sin or did sin move humans from God?