ONLY GOD IS GOOD; MAN CAN ONLY BE RELATIVELY GOOD


CHRIST JESUS said that He was good only because he listened to His Father all the time and about everything, and did only what His Heavenly Father had taught Him. What is right or wrong is a man term in a relative sense. The truth is what is right is what God says each moment…every word that processes from the mouth of God. For man to seek what is absolutely right or wrong is futile. Seek God and His Righteousness at all times for what is right; anything else is wrong after a few clicks of the clock.

We are in need of a Savior because of our sinful nature, and have no means of becoming perfect without blame; each determination of what is right after interacting and competing with others becomes controversial within a short time. Each determination only gives a relative right with wrong associated with it. Jesus was graciously sent to be our Savior by God. As we attempt to obey the Word of God, Jesus comes into the scene and God accepts as perfect; an Absolute Good.

By having Jesus as our Savior each can have peace of mind. Peace of mind is more than being without hassles; it fully means that one who has this God peace shall also receive joy and happiness from God as it should have been in the beginning of creation before the original sin of Adam and Eve who put us on an endless trip through eternity awaiting total destruction.

*** Will Myers

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About Will Myers

I am an "Intelligent Design" writer who has the Christian faith. Part of my background is that I have a degree in physics, and have been inducted into the National Physics Honor Society. Sigma Pi Sigma, for life. My interest has lead me into metaphysics, farther into Christianity. Optimum metaphysics becomes religion.
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