One thing is very clear to me: God and I see things very differently.
I would agree sin is wrong. However, I do not always see it being as wrong as He does. Sorry, but I am just being honest.
In Matthew 5:29-31, Christ describes to us a very gruesome scene: To lust in your heart is as wicked as committing adultery. So, He says, if a man is struggling looking at sinful things, he would be better off to pluck his eye out! If his sight is making it too hard for him to have pure thoughts, he would be better off wandering around blind in one eye than continuing down his current path of destruction.
While I am not interested in debating whether Christ was speaking literally or figuratively, this much is made clear to me: Either I have grossly overestimated the value of my eyes or I have woefully underestimated the wickedness of sin.
I must learn to see sin as God sees it: Sin is not only a course of ruin, but an attack on His holiness!
How do you struggle to see sin as God sees it?