There’s an old saying that states that, “ignorance is bliss”. Or not knowing certain things can protect you from the facts. “Freedom of Stupidity” is a little different. It infers that a person has purposely refused to use their mind and deferred that exercise to their peers, whom they follow religiously.
They believe that if there is no God, then they won’t have to answer for their acts, that, heretofore, were considered sinful. They believe that if they are smart enough to avoid legal punishment from the authorities that they can do anything that they deem necessary for their own satisfaction or happiness. They believe their peers, thinking that morality is a thing of the past.
The fact is: We all will receive what we want or do to another. Whatever we want for another or do to another will be put on our account and the price will be collected in this lifetime; regardless of whether we believe in a God or not. We are not reconciled with God or given eternal life because of our morality, and we are not condemned by our immorality. We receive forgiveness and eternal life by following the commandments of Christ: “love ye one another, even as I have loved you.”, “Love your God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength, and love your neighbor as you love yourself.”
No, it is impossible for us to be completely sinless, but if we love our Creator as we should, He will cleanse us and save us from the lies and plans of Satan. Don’t wait to find the truth about our existence until it’s too late. Use your good sense to find truth now, and to find love like you’ve never experienced before.
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