Keep Training Your Conscience (Images (In the main image we can see a…
Keep Training Your Conscience
The third image talk about our choices concerning dresses.
And, what about the fourth image?
Keep studying the Bible!
What's the point?
When we know and understand Bible principle we will take the rigth decision.
In the main image we can see a spiritual brother studying.
He is studying AWAKE! August 2014 | How Can People Make Peace?
Practical principles from the Bible have helped former enemies to make peace and even to become friends.
The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived - Chapter 35 "The Most Famous Sermor Ever Given"
We can notice that there is also an old piece of paper, maybe with and old research.
It means that this brother is training is conscience frequently during his personal Bible study.
In this talk Jesus (also) discusses how to deal with people who cause injury and offense.
ws17 January pp. 9-14
Treasure Your Gift of Free Will
We can make our own decisions without forcing others to make the same decisions.
So let us continue to make choices that honor him!
We treasure this gift because it allows us to make decisions that show how much we love Jehovah.
Jehovah given us the intelligence; however, He can not force us to use our conscience in the right way.
Romans 2:14, 15
Of course, God make mankind in his own image: so many things are good or wrong for the majority of people.
Let's start analyzing few examples.
But without training, our conscience does not works.
Another amazing gift that we received from our God is our conscience.
Conscience and free will works together.
We need to trust in Jehovah and accept the limits he has set so that we can make good choices.
Only when our conscience is well trained we can take good decisions and act.
Jehovah has given us many gifts and responsibilities.
One of these gifts is: free will.
What is free will?
When we recognize that each Christian is responsible for his own decisions, (...)
(...) we will respect the freedom that others have to use their free will.
The Bible teaches that we were created with the ability and freedom to make intelligent personal choices.
Since we all have the gift of free will, no two Christians will always make exactly the same decisions.
We must use this gift wisly.