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We are tricked into believing that “freedom” lies in the ability to do what you want, free of consequence and inundated with choices. John Paul II said, “Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought.” And the truth is that every choice comes with consequence.
If your identity is rooted in the person of Jesus then the logical thing to do would be to choose him.
So many choices that choosing seems impossible and we become frozen in our uncertainty.
Now we are left with a very mutated view of freedom.
There’s an ease that comes with a “hookup” in a dark corner of a loud party when compared to the daunting task of commitment, vulnerability, and overall effort included with dating. “Not every person is made for marriage or for family life but every person is made for relationship.” At the very deepest point most of our desire is for communion.
On the one hand, when it comes to trying to get us to spend our money and focus on love and romance during the month of February, advertisers don’t waste any time in attempting to grab our attention.
Showing April 17 at: Celebration Cinema North, 7PM Celebration Cinema Rivertown, 7PM Cinema Carousel 16, Norton Shores 7PM Singles of all ages wonder why it’s so hard to meet, date and marry today.
In fact, fifty percent of America is single and fewer people are committing to marriage, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014.
If the glory of God is man fully alive as Irenaeus says, then…isn’t it logical to choose life itself in all that you do?
Then this means that there is a right and wrong way to do everything, including dating.