Ens Et Bonum Convertentur (To be is good)

What if I were to tell you that you are the light of the world and the salt of the earth, and that by saying this you knew that what I meant is that the very essence of you is good? Most likely you would be sheepish if not outright denying a sense of your own goodness.

If you profess to be a Christian you might especially deny this proclaiming that no one is good and only in Christ one might deem to have any sense of self­worth or esteem. You might maintain this despite that it was the Christ spoken of who uttered the words regarding salt of the earth and light of the world to an array of people as broad and diverse as any, from those called (self­righteous) Pharisees to those deemed sinners.

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