Orgasms or obedience?

Things are simple. We live in The Creation Program. It’s like a huge, long-running movie in actual 3-D. Each of us is a Mini-Creation Program.  We were downloaded into the larger Creation Program at the moment of our conception. Our soul is the organizing principle around which our spirit, mind, and body is downloaded as we grow from two cells to trillions. Each actor is the star of his or her movie.

Some reach this understanding: The Creation Program was downloaded in such a way that none of us are able to intellectually prove that The Creation Program had a Programmer.  Each human program must be free to decide between obedience or sin.

Roman Catholics saints are at one extreme. “We read the prophecies written a thousand years and more before Jesus was born. We see that He fulfilled over 300 prophecies. That is beyond coincidence. He is, therefore, The Promised Messiah.”

He said:  “Love your neighbor.”  So, obedient Catholics believe “Life must be protected from conception to natural death.”  Catholics clearly condemn the abortion-inducing birth control that kills billions of tiny, helpless, unborn babies.

The other extreme of human belief applauds death and destruction.  They refuse to believe and obey God. Their time on the stage ends in the death and pain they have chosen to prefer.

Between the extremes of good and evil are thousands of competing compromises. Tens of thousands of man-made Marketing Plans offer partial truths to distract from their avoidance of total goodness. “Some sin is all right, as long as we believe we are good people.”

Vanity and pride lead many to focus on pleasure centers in the brain. “Look at me and what I have!” They bury their souls beneath piles of possessions and pleasures.

Drugs and sex are ever-present distractions that keep people satisfied with focusing on self. Many souls sink so far into such sins that their souls are separated from God forever.

We all have free will and are faced with temptations. We must choose. Good or evil? Pride or humility?  Orgasms or obedience?

In our brief time here, we may believe and obey. All have seen representations of Jesus, nailed to the cross. Every person is able to inquire, “What does that have to do with me?”

Each is free to find his or her way to Him and The Only Church He Founded by saying so clearly:  “Verily, verily I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”