There are times in life when we face the question of whether a given action or choice is wrong or not and we don’t see a clear cut answer. It may be an event that we have not prayed over before, not faced before, not explicitly described in scripture, or that we simply have not yet seen in our studies. Sometimes a given action is neither right or wrong in and of itself and when faced with such a choice and the response to the questions of “Is it right?” and “Is it wrong?” both seem to be no then the following considerations need to be dealt with. If we are concerned about it being wrong to do then we should not do it because our conscience is bothered by it (Rom 14:20-23). If our conscience is not bothered by it then it is essentially ok for us to do (Rom 14:14), but if it somehow leads another to do something that bothers their conscience then it is wrong for us to do (1 Cor 8:10-13). The ultimate litmus test for Christians is found in (Matt 22:36-40 & Mark 12:29-31) in the two great commandments spoken of by Jesus. We must ask ourselves two questions: 1) Does this truly honor God? 2) Will this cause my brother or sister to stumble? We need to learn to listen to the leading of the Holy Spirit within us. If we learn this we will know what glorifies God and what does not. If it truly honors God then go for it, but if it can hurt someone by example then back away like it’s a rabid animal that doesn’t want you around.