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Fred Hennes - July 28, 2019

What is Truth

There are many spiritual teachings and leaders clamoring for our attention; each offering “wisdom” for life and the means by which we may connect with the spiritual realm belonging to God. Behind every “prophet or spiritual teacher” there is a spirit, and every spirit can be traced back to either God or the Devil. The age-old question exists, “What is truth?” We are given a very simple test to discern truth; it is up to us to fearlessly discriminate between truth and falsehood.

Scripture References: 1 John 4:1-6

From Series: "Authentic Jesus"

In an age when opinions fly at us unrestrained, John gives us the unchanging gift of truth. When science and philosophy and your social circles say you can’t really know God, John says, yes you can. Dear child, he writes, I’ve touched Him. Where we’ve not only settled for living in the gray, but have formed our identity in it, John points us to light and dark – you’re walking in one or the other. And perhaps most importantly, at a time when the word love means just about anything under the sun, and therefore almost nothing, John tells us “this is what loves is…” And then he shows us the authentic Jesus.

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Fred Hennes - July 28, 2019

What is Truth

There are many spiritual teachings and leaders clamoring for our attention; each offering “wisdom” for life and the means by which we may connect with the spiritual realm belonging to God. Behind every “prophet or spiritual teacher” there is a spirit, and every spirit can be traced back to either God or the Devil. The age-old question exists, “What is truth?” We are given a very simple test to discern truth; it is up to us to fearlessly discriminate between truth and falsehood.

Scripture References: 1 John 4:1-6

From Series: "Authentic Jesus"

In an age when opinions fly at us unrestrained, John gives us the unchanging gift of truth. When science and philosophy and your social circles say you can’t really know God, John says, yes you can. Dear child, he writes, I’ve touched Him. Where we’ve not only settled for living in the gray, but have formed our identity in it, John points us to light and dark – you’re walking in one or the other. And perhaps most importantly, at a time when the word love means just about anything under the sun, and therefore almost nothing, John tells us “this is what loves is…” And then he shows us the authentic Jesus.

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