“…Choose you this day whom ye will serve… but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” – Joshua 24:15 There was once discussed a kind of morality that was somewhere between good and evil, this place was known as the “gray area”. It wasn’t exactly good and it wasn’t exactly bad, it was just somewhere in between, and it’s perimeters were set by personal convictions combined with society’s approval.
Well, as I’ve pondered on the condition of the world, and the choices we make, I’ve come to the realization that the once infamous “gray area” is coming to a close. I see the world becoming more and more bipolar and I think it’s becoming harder and harder to ride the fence in between black and white. Because really in the end, there are only two options: you can choose to serve God and give your whole heart and soul to Him, or you can choose to serve Satan and give your whole heart and soul to him.
And so as the world continues to slide in it’s morals, and leave “traditional family values” behind, the gray is slowly fading to black. However, I am determined to continue to stand for all that is good – for all that is virtuous, for all that is lovely, for all that of good report, for all that is praiseworthy. Let the world choose what they may, but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.