In one Christian Web site, a 23-year-old woman (claiming to be a Christian) said that she and her boy friend were "living together" as she put it. Why a new person thought it necessary to add that to her intro is beyond me. I replied that if I were to live with a woman to whom I wasn't married, the Holy Spirit would convict me of it. She replied with "Who are you to be so judgmental of me?" I never even mentioned her, although it was obvious as to my meaning. A guilty conscience perhaps? Then she went into another Christian Web site and complained about my reply to her and said that I was judgmental--not knowing, apparently, that I was also in that Web site. :tongue3: I replied and said, "I'm glad you didn't mention my name (which she didn't), because I wouldn't want anyone here to know that I'm that judgmental person." :tongue3: I tend to be a bit facetious. :laugh: Now (finally) my question: Is morality a thing of the past with the modern Christian, and are people with my high degree of morality a thing of the past? It certainly seems that way with "Christians" accepting homosexuality, adultery, fornication, porn, profanity and other wickedness as normal and OK--even claiming that God understands. What happened to Christian men and women who strive for holiness that God says we must have? "But as he which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation; because it is written, Be ye holy, for I am holy." 1 Peter 1:15,16 I don't think I'm being "holier than thou". I'm simply trying to be what God commands all born again Christians to be. Yes, I often fail, but it's not for lack of trying or by giving in and saying, "I'm only human, and I'm sure God understands." I hear "Christians" say, "I see nothing wrong with homosexuality." I read where they say that they use profanity when they hit their finger with a hammer, or when someone cuts them off in traffic. Plus, they stick up their middle finger at them. Is there no such thing as self control with many of today's "Christians"? I often feel as Elijah did in 1 Kings 19 when he complained to the lord about being alone in His desire to serve the Lord. Surely, there are others among those claiming the title of Christian who desire faithfulness, holiness and righteousness over self pleasure.