Wednesday is a terrible day to post

It’s a less active internet day…

Years ago when X moved out of state, s/he quietly moved into an apartment, sharing it with the person who would become their spouse. They did not broadcast it. They knew it was sin (and not the acceptable trend at that time). They chose to sin.

Today sin is not a popular word. No one wants to be told that what they are doing is wrong, not even Christians. It’s considered judgmental to impose your standards on anyone if only by mentioning your values. But, our job of being salt and light is not to let everyone know how much we disagree with them or advise them of what they are doing wrong. Ranting at people or berating them is not an effective way to get anyone to consider a different point of view nor share about the Kingdom of God.

Judges 21:25 In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.

There was no authority; there was no king. But, we have an authority Who is King. And He gave us a ruler with which to measure right and wrong. This standard, the Bible, never changes. So, even if we think what we are doing is right, we can quickly ascertain – yes, it is, no, it isn’t – by going to the Word of God. As Christians, we must decide if we are going to submit ourselves to the correction and protection of obeying the contents of the Guidebook.

Many people evaluate their lives by the Ten Commandments. If we aren’t committing one of the “Big Ten,” we feel we are doing all right. However, Jesus used a plum line that ensured His house would be erected using 90 degree angles.

hate….. murder

lust…… fornication, adultery

For more suggestions, see Galatians 5:19-21.

It is the duty of a Christian counselor to expose sin for the bondage it is. When the United States or state government tells us we cannot inform someone what the Bible says, that is a time for civil disobedience. Shall we obey God or man (Acts 5:29)?

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