Where in society do we gain by greed and selfish ambition? True profit excludes no one and is passionately defensive about the rights and feelings of others. Giving to meet the needs of the wounded and the poor can never impoverish the lives of those that share. True sacrifice is a way of gaining joy and inner peace; it will never leave its perpetrator feeling unfulfilled and cheated. Satan, the enemy of man, has caused us to doubt the honesty and sincerity of God. He has caused us to forget what is righteous and rewarding. People who willingly give up their integrity for a small monetary reward are those that will listen to the prince of this world in regard to their eternal souls. What is righteous and holy about a world that willingly accepts the slaughter of the innocent and the unlawful restraining of its citizens? Absolute power has a way of becoming corrupt and divisive. Tyrants do not advance the cause of freedom and freedom cannot survive under the rule of a tyrant. We have already given in to defeat if we as Gods creation accept what we know as evil and justify what we know as indecent, simply because it has been offered us by an evil perverse world. What in this world is worthy of eternal damnation or what in this world is truly worthy of our unwavering loyalty?
Satan is here to see that all decency is put aside and we live our lives with only the thought of immorality and abandonment. His plan is in direct opposition to God and he will do whatever it takes to see that his evil agenda is being mandated. Thinking we can be victorious by simply doing those things demanded of us by a corrupt, self-seeking world is nothing more than foolish and reckless. Doing only those things we feel as necessary or justifying the indecencies of a corrupt society will only take us away from all that is profitable and rewarding. Life is not solely about the here and now and if we confine ourselves to its selfish demands, we will never gain any hope of a glorious future. To refuse to accept or learn the lessons we are being taught by our daily struggle, and simply go our own way because we are unwilling to grasp there importance, is showing our lack of decency and common sense. To choose a life of convenience and simplicity is in no way to be considered righteous, and if we are unwilling to pay the price for those things that are beneficial, how can we expect to gain what is required? GLH