Our sinful nature is so ingrained, that it requires a sincere desire and a willingness to do what it takes (in cooperation with God's Spirit of Holiness) to weed out a lifetime practice of impure thoughts and actions.
If we care about our physical health, then we get an annual checkup. If we care about our spiritual well-being as much as we care about our physical well-being, then it makes sense we should/would want to apply the Apostle Paul's admonition to the church in Corinth as well.
Those who are taught how to teach will sooner or later hear that “repetition aids learning.” Repeat your point, in a different way, restating so your hearers will have more than one opportunity to learn the lesson.
Guys seeking to walk in the way of The Christ have a hard enough time dealing with the way women decorate themselves to look pretty and garner attention. It makes it all the more difficult when our sisters in Christ do the same.
In the 32nd chapter of the book of Job, a young man by the name of Elihu became very angry with Job for justifying himself rather than God. He was also angry with the three friends, because they had found no way to refute Job, and yet had condemned him.
We must be able to tell the real from the counterfeit. The substance from the shadow. The truth from the lie. Until such time as we do, we will simply be caught up in the teachings and traditions of mankind.