Making moral decisions

Moral decisions have consequences. Sometimes they are large, as illustrated by a long-ago acquaintance who, by honoring a solemn promise in the face of a strong temptation to do otherwise, was saved from traveling on the Titanic. While not always so dramatic, the consequence of correct moral decision-making is always to bring us closer to God and to exempt us from the untoward effects of disobedience.

Many teenagers and young adults—and many others as well—face the moral choice of whether to live a more permissive lifestyle. Of whether, in particular, to drink, smoke, or engage in pre- or extramarital sex.

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