What false teaching has crept into our lives? Like a deadly poison it can build up and cause us to miss God’s love.
“Live Your Truth.” Have you heard this trendy advice? It’s a simple way of saying that personal opinions are non-negotiable. I may not be right, but I’m being real to myself. This is definitely a trend. But is it truth?
Many things get in the way between God and us. Sometimes people’s disapproval, wrong beliefs, or even our past can keep us away from God. Paul tells the church in Galatia (and us) that through Christ, God has rescued us, that we may seek him and live in his purpose for our lives.
Why does Jesus go into oaths? Does it have any point in our average, everyday life?
What sort of excuses do we make to avoid doing what God has called us to do?
So often, we listen to those who deny that God exists and take what they say as wisdom.
The Lord’s power is over all things on earth, even those earthly things that seem the most powerful.
How do we express ourselves? It’s more than having important truth to share; if we present it just because we want to be heard, we can still come off as fools.
We would never steal… or would we? As we continue “Six Poisons,” we turn to the topic of false witnesses and how we can steal something precious from those around us.
What does it mean to have a lying tongue? Why does the Proverb distinguish it from bearing false witness? Join Pastor Tim as we continue our series on Six Poisons from Proverbs 6.