Am I Really Self-Righteous?

This is an interesting question in that I can think of 3 different scenarios where one’s family or friends might tell someone that that person thinks they are better than everyone else. The three scenes that immediately come to my mind are these:

  • One actually believes they are better than everyone else, this is usually someone that is legalistic about their faith and likes to point out to everyone what they are doing wrong and someone correctly points that out, or,
  • Other people incorrectly think someone thinks they are better than everyone else because of their preconceived notions of what a Christian is, or,
  • The ones doing the accusing are feeling convicted of their own actions and resent that your life’s example is pointing that out, whether directly or indirectly. […]
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    Choosing The Lesser of Two Evils?

    I hear this statement, that we’re being forced to choose between the lesser of two evils, I understand that within the political realm, someone is trying to define their opponent or give one a reason as to why they’re going to vote the way they are to not offend someone. However, the problem here is anytime you have to choose between people, you’re going to be choosing between less than morally perfect people. The Bible is very clear about this. King Solomon writes in Ecclesiastes 7:20; Surely, there is not a righteous man on earth who does good and never sins. The Apostle Paul wrote in his letter to the Romans that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God! Through the prophet Isaiah, the Lord says […]

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