A Lenten Imperative: Re-sensitivity to Sin by Guest Write Rob Moore

A Lenten Imperative: Re-sensitivity to Sin by Guest Write Rob Moore

Christian Resource Ministry

Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! “ [ISA 5:20 NKJV]

You do not have to look hard to find it.  Rather, you are hard-pressed these days to find a respite from it.  It impinges upon us in both obvious and subtle ways.  It is nefarious; seeping into our consciousness by constantly re-defining the boundaries of culturally accepted behavior.  With each shocking headline of a life senselessly destroyed or  discarded as trash, of aberrant and destructive lifestyles foisted upon us as normal and good, of governments and judiciaries who (either via commission or omission) devastate marriage and the family, of media and entertainment pushing the envelope to sell the salacious – we become societally desensitized.  Our outrage becomes less and less audible until we acquiesce, perhaps privately bemoaning…

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