ADDICTION TO COMFORT

AMERICA WILL CEASE TO BE GREAT WHEN IT CEASES TO BE GOOD

by Richard Kay


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/29/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781477203613
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781477203606
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781477203590

About the Book

Addiction to Comfort SECRETS OF ALWAYS MAKING APPROPRIATE MORAL CHOICES? In regard to all Addictions, I find it is impossible to arrive at an objective and constant standard of truth and morality without bringing Jesus Christ onto the podium. If an important standard of truth and morality exists, it cannot be the product of the sinner, or it will not be impartial or decisive. It must be the result of a far greater Mind, that of the Christ Jesus. If a constant and unchanging truth exists, it must be beyond human timelines, or it will not be continuous, it must be everlasting. If a universal choice of “right versus wrong” exists, it must go beyond individual understanding, or it will not be “universal”. It must be above us all. However, absolute truth must be something or someone to free the addicted that is common to all humanity, and to creation. All is found in one person, and He Jesus Christ is the source of all truth. He is the secret of always making appropriate moral choices.....For in each conflict we have....positions’ us in charge of determining what, is the correct moral choice we can put forward? If our instant thought and or our comeback is that of self-deceptive “ends justify the means”, your determination is flawed. If your response may be however difficult, but you choose to preserve and improve not only your own human life, integrity and self-respect, you have chosen not to take over Gods role as Creator and Sovereignty over your conflict. Be hopeful and please God, but never partake as God. ...... RICHARD KAY


About the Author

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