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"We are all seekers, individuals who are searching for some degree of satisfaction and happiness." (Lamoureux, 1) Humans naturally have an appetite or desire for things like food, money and drink. Humans also have wants that seek gratification. We want to be as satisfied as possible. People want to know their purposes in life and eventually have the ability to accomplish that ultimate target or barrier and complete it. In this completion, a person finds their ultimate meaning or value. When thinking of where your morality is derived from and what principles you set for yourself, your mind tends to wonder. "Come, Follow Me" (Mark 1:17) Humans are/were called into existence. The Christian moral life because discipleship raises questions of ultimate meaning and worth, and offers answers to those questions: what is the demand for discipleship, who calls and what is just called to do? For the Christian, the state of a single self is aware of this calling from God to be Jesus' disciple. The ultimate meaning or purpose for a Christian is that the call on their life from God. The fulfillment comes with dong the good works of God and receiving eternal life in paradise. God calls into the community of believers also seen as the entire body of Christ. He's the believers and vines will be the branches. Christian men and women are called through the ages to perform good works of the selves and also to and for others. The call is a gift we're and free to ascertain how we'll respond. "The Christian moral life begins with the consciousness of being called to discipleship, and the ethical task is to react appropriately" (Lamoureux, 1) The Christian bible includes a passage by Jesus known as The Sermon on the Mount. It is the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew and is split into 5 sections: The Beatitudes...