Describe The Three Personal Values

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The three personal values deemed very important to hold on to in this life and to try to live by are integrity, respect, and gratitude. The highest value held dear to my heart is integrity because integrity encompasses so much more than just a word. Integrity consist of moral and ethical principles teaching us to live a blameless and righteous life no matter what the situation may be. Respect is very important because no matter where you go in this world as human beings living in the flesh we all seek to be respected or feel like we are being honored, whether physically, emotionally, spiritually, sexually, etc., it’s our hearts desire to feel a sense of worth. Even though different cultures, tribes, countries etc., have a different way of showing …show more content…
Using the knowledge of God and the word of God as a moral compass in our lives helps us stay alive and afloat in bad times or times of unbelief. “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built His house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock” (Matthew 7:24-25, ESV). Now that I have an understanding of this code I feel I fall under moral absolutism. No matter what you call it I sincerely feel that we have a responsibility as men to help each other whether a believer or non-believer. Even if helping them consists of making someone unhappy or going as far as offending those for their own sake. If a time came that God used me in such a way I would fully trust in his plan and would need to deny myself in that situation and be obedient to his commands. That being said I guess I fall under the deontological ethic with an emphases on Divine Command Theorist because no matter what whether black, white, orange, Jew, gentile, we all bleed red and every time we see a man on the ground with their hands out to their side we all have an

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