Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Have we lost It?

Already I have accomplished two things on my resolutions for March. One is that I finally finished Holiness by J.C. Ryle and tomorrow I will be starting Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology. And the second is that I finished reading The Great Hunt.
And I believe that this week I will finish typing out Iceblade—part 1 of AD. Next I will work on the outline for the third story in my DD series. And then I will type out the second half of AD. So far my writing is on a steady track right for 2011.
Now to something more interesting.

I have a hundred ideas to write about on here, but right now it’s all muddled right now. I have been reading through The Greatest Generation by Tom Brokaw. There is so much to learn from that. I never understood why the people who fought in WWII were called The Greatest Generation. Now I know why, but I will save that for later.
One of the things that stuck out to me in those peoples’ lives was that they had morals. Morals, something that our generation is loosing.
Back in the day they wouldn’t even show a couple sleeping in a bed in movies. Back in the day they never showed junk in a movie how they do today. So much has changed. Have we even seen how open we have become?
Gays are accepted like it is normal behavior. Not only has our society accepted it but now even Christians themselves.
Now everyone can sleep with whoever and it’s okay, it’s the normal behavior for young people. No one cares about modesty or purity anymore. We don’t even blush anymore.
They might have been the greatest generation, and we must be the worst generation. The worst of the worst.
Our society has accepted those things which were once banned and disgraced. Do you even realize how much we’ve fallen?
I never really thought of it until today.
Are we loosing all sense of morality? Are we loosing it?
And suddenly I had the thought; have we already lost it?

God Bless,
  A.W.

3 comments:

  1. you are invited to follow my blog

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  2. You failed to mention the fact that now we kill our own children and it is legal to do so - just because they are an inconvenience.

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  3. Aye, I should have added that. Didn't come to my mind at the moment. That is something that I should have remembered too.
    My apologies.

    --A.W

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