“As the Heavens are higher than the Earth, so are my ways higher than your ways. And my thoughts than your thoughts.” -Isaiah 55:9
Earthly, mundane, societal, and cultural norms are surely influential.
Almost every human person, without realizing it, is accustomed to think certain thoughts merely because society imprints those ideas. Not a bad thing, since it’s just what we’re exposed to, we don’t know better. Yet even more so, our past experiences (good or bad) also shape the way we perceive, partake in, or react to certain situations.
For one, sin can create a physiological mindset and dependence on only tangible and visible realities of life. Therefore, one can become impatient with spiritual realities since they often take longer to bear fruit. Sometimes it’s easier to indulge in a past vice, or habit because it’s quick, material, rightat our fingertips– not to mention the battle we face from…
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