- Is it expedient? (Is it effective in allowing me to accomplish what I am called to do - to glorify God?)
- Is it edifying? (Is it something that helps me to grow spiritually?)
- Does it work?
- What are the complications?
- Is it convenient, though possibly immoral? –Ohioans: Before the law changed, you would have had to have bought the CBD oil at dispensaries like The Ohio Cannabis Company, Mad River Remedies, and Clubhouse Dispensary—possibly in the less reputable parts of town. Would that not make a difference? Would you have done without, or would you have gotten it anyway, even if it meant standing in line with some people who were intent on gaming the system, getting Marijuana to get high? (Would those medical alternatives not look a little more appealing?) Or are you OK with supporting a business that not only allows such abuse, but also advocates for such abuse—and more? Does it not matter that the small amounts of THC in CBD oil may well be enough to turn a drug test positive?
- Is it governed by self-interest? –Are you OK with supporting an industry that not only allows such abuse, but also advocates for such abuse—and more? Especially when alternatives are available?
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