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Boundaries play an important role in society. Roadside fences are a good example. Wild animals are prone to stray on to highways in many places around the world. Kangaroos stray in Australia, and camels in many Arabian Gulf countries. Fences placed at selected points minimise casualties to animals as well as to people.

Similarly, moral and ethical boundaries protect people from moral and spiritual damage. However, there is a key difference between fences and moral boundaries: fences are made of physically visible materials of enough strength to restrain those creatures that try to trespass. Moral boundaries, on the other hand, are invisible and non-physical, and are not able to offer physical resistance. Even the smallest damage done to a fence is clearly visible, whereas even major damages done to the invisible and nonphysical moral boundaries are invisible.

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  1. Fernando Endab May 6, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    This book is a big help in today’s kind of life.

    • Jorge A. Reyes May 9, 2011 at 12:36 pm

      To all,

      If you want to get a better understanding of the Topic please read the following Ebooks here on this site. I have studied them, and found the resources to be very informative, and useful. Please study, and meditate on these topics and you will be surprised at how corrupt the world’s thinking is, and how much is aimed at destroying the Christian faith.

      Propaganda: An Analysis
      Mind Manipulation: An Analysis
      Resisting Mind Manipulation

  2. Luvin Areas May 6, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    Thanks for all the resources you give us…from Costa Rica
    God bless you

    • mbibui clement chiambah May 7, 2011 at 9:28 am

      Thanks for assisting us always to stay off all damages in life via your informations.

  3. monga kipanzula May 6, 2011 at 5:21 pm

    the manipulation of statistics results in the perception that the great majority or minority of people are doing or not doing something. what I have realized is that many youth justify their wrong behaviour by saying that “this is how our society is now or everybody is doing this why not me?”. unfortunately damages caused by such unniversal statement are not completely reversible. I think most effective way to conterract such statement is to raise awareness of people about them.
    this book is a blessing to me

  4. Martin Makokha May 7, 2011 at 6:25 am

    I have downloaded this book and ready to start reading it, I wrote an article last month about adultery and based on the a point like this, as many people that I have met and talked to who engages in adultery usually says “every is doing it!” I believe not every one does it, there are millions and millins out there who dont do it.NOT EVERY ONE IS DOING IT! Thanks Doctors.
    Martin K. Makokha- BTh Trinity.

  5. Carl May 7, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    Thank you so much for you inspiring books. God bless you.

  6. Carl May 7, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    Sorry… I am having trouble with the “r” key on my keyboard.

  7. c.apam May 8, 2011 at 2:59 am

    Thanks for the materials, that was really wonderful

  8. Paluku Damiri May 8, 2011 at 10:51 am

    Thanks a lot for the books you send me.I consider them a tool for my ministry.They are such a blessing.God bless you.

  9. Oyewale David Ayodele May 8, 2011 at 9:10 pm

    Thank you so very much, you have really tarch my life like none ever do, with your books and juners.

  10. sandhya May 10, 2011 at 7:31 am

    Your website and the materials are extremely good for anyone who wants to learn the scriptures.
    But when I encountered with this book, “Everyone is not doing it”, I was really sad. I am a statistician and a writer by profession and I know how statistics can be used to make a lie. In fact, it is a tool with which you can play with figures.
    You cannot blame statistics as a whole for giving out the interpretations. If done with the proper sampling and other analysis, it is wonderful way to examine the truth.
    The studies which have been detailed in the book are all filled with statistical errors and there are measures to correct such things.
    The truth is ” we are in the world, but not of the world”. What you have to instill in the younger generation is to be different, not to say that everyone is not doing it.
    The fact is that idolatry is sin and still a majority of people in India are so. What will happen to our youth if they choose to follow them just because everyone is doing it?
    I felt sad that you were deviating from the point Jesus told to his followers. In fact you will be as outcast in this world since you do not conform to the worldly standards.
    And about those statistical figures, there is no need of any authenticated survey. In my life, I had seen village life and urban life alike and I found morality being degraded in both may be at different rates. In urban societies, it is faster due to the influence of money. The fact is that love is growing cold and we are approaching the end times. This moral degeneration is a fact.We cannot close our eyes to reality.
    Instead of focusing on whether the majority does it or not, why not encourage our youth to be the role models in morality? IF everyone is hanging out in the malls, why can’t we encourage our youth to come out and meditate in His presence?
    And lastly, such surveys never reach the rural villages as you pointed out. Even if they reach, do you think people will be honest enough to accept their infidelity as the urban folk? Only that the urban society is open towards such controversial surveys. Only God knows our hearts and thoughts. He is the judge. It is better to point the younger generation the Christ who was sinless and to follow His footsteps no matter what the others may think.

    Anyhow,keep the good work of spreading the gospel and igniting the minds.
    With prayers

  11. Bishop Wale Olalowo May 10, 2011 at 10:00 am

    Dear Dr

    Thanks for the Journal, is very educative and l consider it as a necessary tools for human. Indeed is a blessing to our generation

  12. Dany May 14, 2011 at 5:46 am

    Many youths are struggling with the ‘plastic mask’ trying to keep up with the ‘worldly standards.’ This E- Book is an eye opener! Will release many from the bait! It is indeed a FREE-BE!

  13. anupama May 14, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    Thank you soooo much for this jounal. It is to the point and definitely an eye opener. Has seriously helped me in a lot of ways :)

    Thanks again. God Bless.


  14. Pastor Edmund Yiljep May 17, 2011 at 8:37 am

    We cannot be the salt and Light of the world by being silent.Documents like this will always go a long way correcting ill-understanding of the people,because somany ignorant believers have the thought of ,everyone is doing it so it has become a norm,not minding if it is in line with what the scripture says,since the Pastor ,Bishop and great Men of God are doing it,it has become the right thing.That is absolutely a wrong notion of the world.Thanks and God bless sir.

  15. Blackson Makhumba Banda May 31, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    I just love the resources you have been sending us. They help me in both the ministry and school.May God bless you and all your colleagues.

  16. Temesgen Dabessa Birru June 2, 2011 at 9:03 pm

    Yes it is true that moral and ethical boundaries protect people from moral and spiritual damage, but this even major damages done to the invisible and nonphysical moral boundaries are invisible.
    The fences, moral and ethical boundaries are a good example for one Chritian or for everbody.
    I have got the texts from the links.
    Thank you very much


  17. Bezabih Damtie July 20, 2011 at 3:50 am

    Thank you for your help. Be blessed!! Dr. Bezabih Damtie

  18. Graceson Dangmei July 30, 2011 at 4:11 am

    Thank you very much for the beautiful books. I have learn much from them. Thank you.
    God bless you.

    With prayers,
    Graceson Gaiguanglung Dangmei


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