One verse to consider: “For it was fitting that we should have such a high priest, holy, innocent, undefiled, separated from sinners, and made higher than the heavens” (Heb 7:26)
The Angelic Doctor said, “But Christ was perfectly separated from sinners: ‘blessed is the man who has not walked in the counsel of the ungodly nor stood in the way of sinners’ (Ps 1:1). This is, of course, true in regard to a similarity of life: ‘his life is not like other men’s’ (Wis 2:15), but not in regard to his dealings with others, because he ‘conversed with men’ (Bar 3:38) and this with a view to their conversion: ‘why does your master eat with sinners?’ (Matt 9:11).” (Heb. C. 7, L. 4, 375)
We need Godly counsel to judge ourselves in the truth, this perfects the virtue of prudence, that is the knowledge applied to avoid evil and pursue the supreme Good in order. Charity is the form of all the virtues (cf. CCC 1833). “By charity, we love God above all things and our neighbor as ourselves for love of God. Charity, the form of all the virtues, “binds everything together in perfect harmony” (Col 3:14).” (CCC 1844)
God is Creator and created with order, hence the understanding of the seven days of creation. The first sin was the greatest disaster and brought God’s work to a disorder away from him. This disorder does consist of vainglory, the inordinate desire for praise; and ambition, the inordinate desire for honor.
To live the moral life in the name of Jesus or to pray in the name of Jesus, is to do so for His glory and honor, and thereby we are safe in the ark of baptism which is the beginning of order to heaven from the individual standpoint. He loves us, and knows that he is the way, the truth, and the life. He is true honor and true praise to the Father, in which the few cannot know in this life. But yet the devil sows lies such as vainglory and ambition to deceive, captivate and bring the many to Hell.
Simply love is the reason of life. It is the order and the deepest intention we expect, and to be complete - the Catholic by his or her adaptation with the Truth proceeding from penance presents a witness in Jesus’ name and not their own.