Jesus’ appraisal of our generation is very grim. He called it a perverse generation (Matthew 17:17), which befits it after all.
A generation that is turned away from the right; and willfully erring.
God gave man the ability to use their different senses and be able to make good judgements; The eyes for sight, the tongue for taste, the ear for hearing, nose for smell and skin for touch perception.
Unfortunately, the perverse nature of our generation has made many find gratification in misplacing these senses.
Perhaps the nose for sight, the tongue for smell, the eye for touch perception, etc.
A generation where the bizarre is largely accepted as normal while the normal is offensive and unaccepted.
In the book of Romans, we are told that all such have been given over to possess the mind of reprobates.
It is important to retrace our steps and walk in the paths we are commanded.
We have been instructed not to remove that landmark that existed since the old time (Proverbs 22:28).
The old path is always the good way and a place to find rest (Jeremiah 6:16).
This does not in anyway imply being behind schedule in life’s affairs but doing things the way God created them to be done.
Doing things out of the normal or right way does not in anyway signify being voguey.
It is a sign of moral depletion!
In today’s world, there are so many people who have eyes yet unable to see because they have attributed the function of their eyes to some other sense.
God’s instruction still remains knowing what is right and doing it (James 4:17).
God has not brought low his standards yet, it is still the same (2 Timothy 2:19).