The conscience is much like an automatic warning 

system within us which is interconnected to the 

highest morals we know.

These warning systems continually alert us about 

our choices.They send us signals of approval when 

the choices we make are noble and upright. 

This warning system is also set up to send out red 

alerts... regarding the ridiculous and heinous choices

 we make.

God has placed a conscience


within each of us. It is the voice

inside us that guides and tells 

us what we should and should 

not do. 

Conscience is an inner sense

of right and wrong to help us live 

the way we should. This moral

compass leads us to see life 

situations in an honest and

righteous light.

God’s existence is obvious, 

both throughout creation and 

in our conscience.

God has placed a conscience within each of us.

The conscience acts as a monitor and counselor,

distinguishing between what is right and what is 


With internal nudges, our inner voice acts as an

 insanely powerful Global positioning system to

 guide the decisions we make. This moral compass

 leads us to see life situations in an honest and 

righteous light, determining which actions are 

"right" and which are "wrong."

The conscience is a system of awareness 

and/or warning to which we must conform.

Conscience is our inborn faculty, that spiritual 

instinct which clearly and quickly motivates us 

to choose right over wrong.

Conscience is the voice we 

never regret heeding to.

Our conscience teaches and enlightens us. The silent

voice of the soul recognizes and understands the 

difference between right and wrong. 

The Scriptures also calls the

 conscience the heart.

Something within the heart of every person approves

 when we do right and rebukes when we do wrong,


and that something is OUR CONSCIENCE.

When we are in need, God speaks to us, and 

He knows how to reach us because He speaks 

our language and knows our hearts.

Listening to our inner voice, whether it is loud

 and clear or more of a whisper, can be a great 

source of guidance when we need it most.

The wee small voice of God is essentially our 

inner voice perceiving, discerning, distilling,

 and communicating information in advance of 

our needing it.

God is all wise, the gentle voice 

of truth, and intelligence.

Our conscience perceives, detects, notices, 

observes, recognizes, and knows. Our conscience 

examines our behavior, both inner and outer, 

clearly and accurately.

Conscience is the process of listening to our 

innermost intuition of rightness... our inner voice

 of truth.

Our conscience motivates us to do what we 

know is right while discouraging us from doing 

what we know is wrong. 

In all that we do, allowing our inner voice to 

guide us can help us show up as the very best 

version of ourselves.

Our inner voice is our 

higher self… God. 

God will help us fully discern our wisdom, 

guidance, and direction. The inner voice of God

will never lead us astray. 

Humans are far from perfect, and we cannot make wise

decisions without God's guidance as well as His grace.

Conscience is defined as 

"an inner sense that 


between right and wrong." 

The conscience should have ultimate 

authority over all of our instincts.

The inner voice is the voice of

God speaking to us.

We can't just walk away from our conscience. 

We can disagree with it, try to destroy it, even 

corrode or petrify it, but we can never deactivate it.

According to the Scriptures, 

"A good conscience, 

desires to conduct itself 

honorably in all things."

Basically... the conscience 

monitors our thoughts, motives,

actions, and general manner 

of life.

Conscience, if we can accept

 its promptings, 

will guide us through life.

God as our Creator, has created us as moral 

beings. As such, God has equipped each of 

us with a "built in" moral conscience. 

 Every child of God has a duty, 

responsibility, to constantly shape, 

monitor, and maintain his or her 


As we cultivate our Spiritual development... 

 this helps in the evolution of our moral conscience.

When our thoughts, feelings, 

or actions become inappropriate,

our conscience sees the truth.

 Every child of God has a duty, 

a responsibility, to constantly shape, monitor,

and maintain his or her conscience.

 The shaping or forming of our conscience

simply means educating and training it. 

We do this by learning and taking to heart 

the objective moral law, as found in Scripture.

 This shapes, forms, saturates our conscience 

in objective moral truth.

Our "judgment" must be 

properly educated in

God's Word, 

then the conscience will

approve what God approves 

and condemn what God


If we insist on pushing past the limits

our conscience gives us...we will 

lose our ability to distinguish 

between right and wrong.

We live in a fallen world where we have all

 been infected by wrongdoings, and as a result, 

our conscience has become distorted.

If we do not listen to our conscience, it can 

become desensitized, even to the point where we

 become morally blind, swaying in moral


We should know that 

we are in trouble...

when, knowingly, we do the

wrong thing and it 

no longer bothers us.


The Bible calls this condition...

a seared conscience.

A seared conscience

 is one that is cut off, silenced, 

and is beyond feeling.

Our conscience can be weakened, dulled, 

and dimmed by the sin that we tolerate in our lives. 

When we sin, refusing to acknowledge it as such, 

it soils or defiles our conscience. 

If we understand what it is and how it functions,

it can change our lives. 

When the right and wrong choices 

conflict... in good conscience... 

we must follow the higher priority 

of honoring God by doing what

 is right and acceptable, without

question or hesitation.

True understanding 

comes from within,

not from without.

 An evil conscience is one that is so defiled,

so corrupt, it turns our values upside down,

confusing and blurring the distinction 

between right and wrong,

moral and immoral.

When tempted to do the wrong thing,

 are we listening to our conscience 

or do we just ignore it and keep going?

Conscience does not cater to

 our egocentric view of the world.

The overbearing voice of our ego can

drown out the voice of conscience...

leaving our perception of conscience

darkened and uncertain.

Then we begin to question ourselves...

'Is that conscience speaking to me, 

or is it my ego?'

Remorse spurs us to improve,

and not repeat the same mistake.

Remorse opens the door to repairing

or making amends for our wrong acts.

Remorse teaches us how to discriminate 

between the voice of ego

and the voice of conscience. 

Our God-centered, wisdom-based conscience 

can serve as a reliable moral compass

in any situation.

Our conscience is like a window. 

When it is clean... 

more light can enter into 

our hearts and lives.

Our truest guidance in the conduct of our life

comes from our own conscience

and we profit spiritually 

by becoming more able to notice

and act on its promptings.

Conscience is ultimately 

the voice of God within us.

Our conscience is a

trustworthy compass.

May we keep filling our souls

 with the Word of God each day,

so that God's Commandments 

are in our hearts and constantly in our


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