“All these things happened to them as examples as object lessons to us—to warn us against doing the same things; they were written down so that we could read about them and learn from them in these last days as the world nears its end.” 1 Corinthians 10:11
“The cities of today are fast becoming like Sodom and Gomorrah. Holidays are numerous; the whirl of excitement and pleasure attracts thousands from the sober duties of life. The exciting sports, theatre going, horse racing, gambling, liquor drinking and revelling stimulate every passion to activity.
The youth are swept away by the popular current. Those who learn to love amusement for its own sake open the door to a flood of temptations. They give themselves up to social gaiety and thoughtless mirth. They are led on from one form of dissipation to another, until they lose both the desire and the capacity for a life of usefulness. Their religious aspirations are chilled; their spiritual life is darkened. All the nobler faculties of the soul, all that link man with the spiritual world, are debased.
Through the working of trusts and the results of labour unions and strikes, the conditions of life in the cities are constantly becoming more and more difficult.” Testimony Treasures, vol. 3, p. 326.
Questions to think about:
What is the difference comparing between the ancient city of Sodom and Gomorrah with the current spiritual and moral corruption on Earth?
What does the moral corruption of humankind mean in personal and social aspects?
What kind of character do we want to achieve?
Let us take our choice and remember there is no middle option!