Before one buys a used vehicle or a house, it’s wise to have an inspection. If there are faulty brakes in a car or a leaking roof in a home, you want to know, right? The truth can help you avoid making a costly mistake. Truth protects us.
This principle applies to our spiritual life as well. Jesus said, "If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." (John 8:31-32)
As we read and study God’s Word, His truth becomes more and more ingrained in our heart. We become so familiar with it that we’re able to recognize wrong teaching. Biblical truth provides guidance, wisdom, strength, courage, comfort, and faith.
Living in God’s truth lets us experience the life He wants for us; a life of joy and freedom which comes from a relationship with Him through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Have a good day.
Mike and Daphne