Tag Archives: morals

Desire or conscience–which leads you today?

Not getting what you want is often a blessing in disguise. Some desires are helpful; others are harmful. It helps to know the difference. Satisfying a wrongful desire, doesn’t end it. Instead, its demands return even stronger. Wanting more can … Continue reading

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12 CQ — A dozen Conscience Questions for the courageous

Ask these questions in your heart. Then listen for answers. You might get silence on some questions and that’s alright. However, you might have a specific situation come to your mind. If so, be courageous and do what you can … Continue reading

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“Judge not,” doesn’t mean “applaud wrong”

“Judge not,” doesn’t mean that we should applaud unethical behavior. If I hadn’t earned God’s judgment, I wouldn’t need His grace. “The wages of sin is death.” The Good News isn’t that God’s okay with your behaviors. It’s that God’s … Continue reading

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Their are rong waze to spell & their are rong waze to live.

Curiosity points in many directions. We can follow it to godliness or to evil. Their are rong waze to spell and their are rong waze to live. Everybody believes in right and wrong. When we are mistreated, our first impulse … Continue reading

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US Senator Charles Sumner — My 5th Greatest American

My fifth greatest American appears briefly in the new Steven Spielberg movie, Lincoln.  At the time of the movie, Charles Sumner had already led the passage of the 13th Amendment in the US Senate, so he has only a passing … Continue reading

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