Really, there is no way to “walk in the truth” without fully understanding what the Bible says about the truth.
Decades ago, when two people had a disagreement, they had three options: continue to disagree, adopt the opponent’s view, or mutually agree on some third viewpoint. A fourth option has been invented and become practically mandatory in modern times: everybody’s viewpoint is correct.
What do the Hebrew and Greek terms that are rendered truth mean exactly? Is there a distinction between Greek and Hebrew conceptions of truth? In what sense is the Father “the God of truth.” What is the meaning of the statement that Jesus Christ is himself “the truth”? How are we to under the Holy Spirit as “the Spirit of the truth”? How is it that God’s Word is truth? How is the creation of all things a testimony to the truth? What does it mean to ‘walking in the truth’?
Google is used 75% of the time of all search engines in the world, not Yahoo, or Bing, or any other. According to the website Theolocast, "_____________?" was asked a monstrous 1.8 million times each month of 2019 on Google.
Certainly, each of us desires to have peace in our lives. Constant anxiety can take a toll on us, so we seek to avoid stress. We are very grateful that Jesus has given us “the peace of God.” That peace is a calm feeling that comes over us and can protect us from defeating, overpowering... Continue Reading →
1 Timothy 1:18-19 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 18 This charge I am setting before you, child, Timothy, in accordance with the prophecies spoken long ago about you, that by them you might fight as a soldier the fine warfare, 19 having trust and a good conscience, which some have rejected and suffered shipwreck in regard to their... Continue Reading →
2 John 4 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 4 I rejoiced greatly to find some of your children walking in the truth, just as we received commandment from the Father. 3 John 4 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 4 No greater joy do I have than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth. John... Continue Reading →
In the United States, there are 350,000 churches, making up hundreds of denominations. Eighty percent of these are stagnant, with nineteen percent growing only through childbirth, and less than one percent being by conversion. Moreover, there is a great divide among those Christians, who make up these churches. How can we as Christians turn this around, and find unity amongst ourselves?