Many moral dilemmas of our time would cease to exist if we just stopped pursuing Christlikeness and a holy life style.
Most would agree there is a right way in just about every situation. The challenge is first to discover the right (morally speaking) and second to follow what we know to be right.
Take for instance, you back into someone’s car in a parking lot, doing minimal damage. There is no one present which sees the incident. Do you leave a note or just leave?
A cashier gives you too much change back. Do you smile and give it back or just smile?
Every man’s way is right in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the hearts. To do right and just is desired by the Lord rather than sacrifice. Proverbs 21:2-3
A wise man once said, “The fruits of your life are often determined by the roots of your life!”
The more you find yourself doing the right thing, the deeper your moral roots will go! These roots then become what hold you steadfast when the storms of life buffet you! Nurture those good roots!
Notes from the Staff @The Woods