May 16, 2019
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Pilate raised a very important question when he sat in judgment against the Messiah and asked Him, “What is truth?” This question actually originated back at the Garden of Eden when Satan challenged God’s truth and as Dennis T. Olson writes, “From Eden on, human truth-seeking would be flawed and corrupt, entwined with secrecy and shame, suspicion and envy, power and violence.” The pluralism believer’s face today, with its tolerance of all confessions of “truth”, needs the words of certainty that only comes from God’s Word. Do we have that authentication? Can we be certain that we are standing on truth?
John identifies 3 absolutes that spans centuries and cultures:
The faith we received from our Lord and Savior is enduring faith, but once in awhile, in the challenge against truth, we can become overwhelmed and begin to doubt. Thanks to The Revelation of Jesus Christ, we are now certain that everything Christ made available is secure and our future is guaranteed. Praise the Lord!