*Pastor’s Note: I was looking through my WordPress Reader the other day that lets me see what other Brothers and Sisters are posting and I ran across this article that fits in GREAT with today’s theme. Enjoy it and be blessed! Also, make sure you stop by Brother Randy Mosier’s site and like and/or comment. Also, since he is a Brother in Christ, serving the Body of Christ and the Word of God, please remember his ministry (service) in your prayers!
The very last verse from the last chapter of the book of Judges:
In those days Israel had no king; all the people did whatever seemed right in their own eyes.
That is such an apt description of what we’re seeing in our day and time – people doing what seems right to them with little to no regard for consequences. If it feels right, do it. If you want it, take it. If you can’t get it fair and square, then it’s okay to cheat. What’s true for you is not necessarily true for me. That’s what the culture says.
I actually had a manager tell me once that it’s okay for supervisors and managers to lie to their employees because, as he put it, “It’s only a business lie and business lies are okay.”
All of that kind of reasoning is based on a very flawed principle called…
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