Bullentin Back 3-30-2014


Truth is powerful.  It brings life. It has been here since the beginning, and it still exists today. Truth is available to all who seek it in the person of Jesus Christ. Even though our society tells us that it's narrow-minded to believe in ultimate truth, there's lots of evidence that says we should run after it with all our hearts. Christ says the truth will set us free. And that promise is true for all time.
 
The Bible gives us an explanation for the way things work — in the physical world and in the moral realm. The Bible's story of how the world came to be and how humans were given life is called creation: God made the universe, and He made man in His own image. How He did that is another thing we need to take on faith; we weigh the evidence and form our beliefs based on that evidence, because nobody can test and prove all the details. Creation, as a way of explaining the world, answers many of the questions that evolution leaves blank, including the questions of personality, design and purpose .
 
In the moral world, the Bible tells us that actions have consequences. Perhaps that's one reason why many people today don't want to consider God's Word as a source of ultimate truth: They don't want to be held responsible for their actions. But no matter how much you fight the idea of consequences, you can't get around the fact that they're a part of reality. In this case, we have yet another good reason to believe that the Bible is true because what God says matches up with what we see around us.
 
John 8:31-32 … So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed in him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
 
TRUTH Never Fails ~ Bro. Mark
 

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