1.5.17- Rom 13.5

Today you have choices to make. Some will be fairly mundane, like which shoes you picked out; others will carry a little more weight. In other words, some choices are solely preferential others are motivated by what we know to be right and wrong. I can tell you with a high degree of certainty that I will exceed the posted speed limit today. There’s a possibility that that decision could lead to consequences. From a very early age we are taught what is right and wrong. This is enhanced by the gift of conscience God bestows on us all. So while we may be taught that something like theft is wrong, we innately know it to be so. That “still small voice” thing is God’s love steering us away from ruin. We live in a world full of man made rules and laws and we are subject to abide by them. Know and be comforted by the fact that there is no authority or byproduct there of, that God has not set in place for our good. Romans 13:5 – Therefore one must be in subjection, not only to avoid God’s wrath but also for the sake of conscience.