You do not have to look too far to see the evidence of people who have decided to live out “their truth”. Our culture holds to this reality: “There is no objective truth, and that truth is found within each individual”. In a sense, the only way you can experience truth is through an existential experience. It’s this idea that “what is true for you, is not true for me, and we all live our truth as we see fit”.
However, as Christians we live in a reality of objective truth because we know that God has NOT left us to create our own rules of how society should function and operate. God gave us His word and His righteous law, so that society would know the faithful love of God, and to give us hope of reconciliation to Him through faith in Christ.
This Sunday we will be looking at 2 Timothy 3:16-4:5 and the importance of knowing God’s. In knowing His Word, we proclaim the truth of the gospel that this world desperately needs. This truth is not always popular, and often it is rejected. However, we can be encouraged in the fact that God has not left us on our own. He has given His helper, The Holy Spirit, to provide all we need to accomplish His will, though us, for His Glory.