Not every child walks in the ways of their parents
If there are universal standards, they must - by definition - apply to all of us
What do we do when we encounter a list of sins in the Bible, and find a few that we struggle with, too?
Are we so selfish that if we can't enjoy something, we don't want anyone else to participate, either?
If we are concerned about what people think when we give, we're probably giving for the benefit of the wrong person. If we judge other people in the same way, we can rob them of joy, as well.
What if, instead of trying to figure out who is right or wrong, we strove to raise the raise the level of good in the world?
What would happen if we all saw other people as created in God's image, instead of letting other things get in the way?
Just because we know something to be true, doesn't mean that we should necessarily blurt it out, especially without first mixing in a bit of grace.
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