Tag Archives: right and wrong

Search engine of the heart

Many moderns build their life on the myth of selective reality. Life goes better when you play your cards from the fact deck. There are many ways to see the same situation and a lot of them are wrong. Seek truth … Continue reading

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Why so much evil in the world? People like us.

Perhaps there is so much evil in the world because there is so much evil in our human hearts. That would mean that the key to reducing the evil in the world is to let the living Jesus override the evil … Continue reading

Posted in Apostle Paul, biblical morality, dealing with disappointment, for the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, immorality, moral restraints, morality, Romans 7, speak the truth in love, spiritual training, spiritual weapons, Train yourself unto godliness., training, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

It’s Your Choice–Principle Or Preference

Everyone’s choice . . . –Do I choose to use my freedom to follow and obey my own feelings? –Or do I choose to use my freedom to faithfully follow and obey the living, resurrected Jesus Christ and His teaching … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong? (Winking At Sin)

Does anyone have the right to tell you you’re wrong? Or must the whole world wink when you do what you do? When everybody winks at wrong doing, soon nobody will know what is wrong. It’s not wrong to point out … Continue reading

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Most Everybody Draws A Line Between Thier Desires & Moral Principles

Almost everybody draws a line somewhere between their desires, cravings, and feelings; and moral principles.  Almost everybody has at times a desire they want to fulfill, but they intentionally restrain themselves because they believe that fulfilling that desire is morally … Continue reading

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Society says: “Go along, agree with wrong, and belong!”

Society says:  “Go along, agree with wrong, and belong!” God says:  “Fight with all your might to do right and gain insight, and you will soar to the height of spiritual delight.”

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Mental Health Note — Sinsanity

Here’s a mental health note about sinsanity. If you try to build your sanity on sin and self, you will sink under the sifting sands of sinsanity.  Sinsanity will drive you hazy.  Your conscience will become dull.  You won’t know … Continue reading

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