Playground or What?

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cc.slim

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I just watched a video of my wife's company building a playground and I caught a simularity to a building internet gaming site. All the kid's favorite things to play on. Brought a smile on my face.
But my heart feels different.
I struggle with the concept that I persuaded for a intended purpose.
And I do have a intended purpose but I feel guilt.

Should I feel guilt!
 

Lazarus

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You guys need to work on your comprehension skills... :rolleyes:

Anyway, I wouldn't feel guilty if I were you - it's just a playground. :)
 

Captain_Tea

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If your feeling guilty for what I think your feeling guilty for, I would have to say it is just the enemy trying to make you feel bad for spreading God's love through gaming. Resist the devil and he will flee from you.
 

Neirai the Forgiven

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Remember -- enticement is going to happen regardless of whether you use it or not.

Would you prefer the children to be enticed by sin, porn, drugs, and other evil, or to be enticed by truth, love, Jesus, and goodness?

The Bible says it outright -- God is in the enticing business :) "Taste and see that the Lord is good!!!!"

The difference is that there is no "gloved fist" -- hidden sting -- to God's enticement.

Lord Jesus, we come against any feelings of guilt, shame, or religious stigma that cc.slim feels about the plans that you have birthed in his mind. Let him be clear about his purposes and about your designs in his life. If his dreams line up to your will, let them come back to richly bless and prosper him. May his "enticement" lead many of your children back to you. In your precious and awesome name, LET IT BE (Amen)~!
 

dorkelf

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I just watched a video of my wife's company building a playground and I caught a simularity to a building internet gaming site. All the kid's favorite things to play on. Brought a smile on my face.
But my heart feels different.
I struggle with the concept that I persuaded for a intended purpose.
And I do have a intended purpose but I feel guilt.

Should I feel guilt!
Well...

It seems to me that persuading someone with an unrevealed "intended purpose" is only wrong if:

A - That purpose is NOT in his or her best interest; or
B - Knowing your "intended purpose" IS in his or her best interest.

And yes, you should feel guilt, because feeling guilt causes you to examine your motivations and actions. Just don't keep feeling guilt once you've exonerated yourself. ;)

Paul
 
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