A Measurement of Worth: The Currency of the Human Soul.
What is the value of human life? What makes us special or important? Are human beings worth anything at all? -Or are we a lucky group that’s developed the skills of language and reason? Human worth is often measured, but no one has ever established a currency to judge us by. Humans are aberrant creatures and have superior ability to most of God’s creation. The human spirit, our creator, and leadership skills make us worth more than we realize. The drive to be the best is strongly rooted in humanity; our emotions and bodies tell us to succeed and to push our limits. Undoubtedly, the human drive for success separates us from other species. We are not content to live life by surviving and passing on our genes. Humans ask questions, we dream dreams, and we take risks. Safety isn’t enough, we have to be comfortable. Human fear is the strongest emotion; we fight or flee in dangerous situations by natural instinct. The extraordinary thing is human emotion is not animal-like in nature or thought process. Our brains go beyond the natural instincts to live. We surpass those boarders; we fight for success with great endeavor. The amazing will of the human spirit makes us valuable. We are separate from the animals and we are separate from gods.
God has made each of us in his image with a purpose; through Christ, the Holy Spirit makes its home in our souls. Humanity is a fallen congregation of Gods Church; it’s a greatly loved hindrance. Constantly failing and achieving, we do not ever deserve Christ’s love but we are blessed with it through the resurrection. In Matthew, we read about God’s love and that we are greater than the birds. In Matthew 6:25-34 it says, “Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life…. Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?” We are more valuable than silver or gold...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document