Monday, April 20, 2015

I've Spent A Lifetime Searching for Truth

I have spent my entire life searching for Truth. No other single factor has affected me more definitively. I want to know the Truth about God and eternity more than anything else. I believe there is a Heaven to gain and a Hell to shun. Therefore, I have spent tens of thousands of hours in intense Bible study, prayer and fasting, in the attempt to sort out Biblical Truth from all the countless contradictions, errors and heresies that utterly dominate so-called Christianity today.

I have forced myself to be brutally honest about every issue, allowing the Word of God to freely define what is right and wrong about every issue of any significance. I do not claim to know everything there is to know about God, but I am exceedingly confident of what the Bible says about just about all of the things that really matter. Therefore, I am a rabid opponent of things that I know do not agree with the scriptures, and will not hesitate to expose and denounce false teaching, practices and lifestyles. It is not a matter of my personal convictions. It is a matter of what I know beyond any shadow of a doubt that the Bible clearly teaches.

I have ruled out equivocation and compromise to the very best of my ability. If the Bible says it is black, I call it black. If the Bible says it is white, I call it white. If the Bible does not address an issue, I tend to ignore it as well. If I see that God loves something, I love it. If God hates it, I hate it. It is a grave error and a great sin to love things that God hates, or hate things that God loves.

That is why I stand adamantly for the Bible doctrines of the Oneness of God, full repentance that leads to true holiness and separation from the world, water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance. Likewise, I take an adversarial position to any and all so-called Christians who do not teach and preach these essential doctrines, and especially those who contradict them.

The search for Truth is the most important endeavor anyone will ever embark upon. If you are not searching for Truth, you should be. If you are not categorically sifting through the rights and wrongs of Christianity, you should be. If you are not standing for right and denouncing wrong, you should be. It is a matter of eternal life or eternal torment.

"But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself," Matthew 6:33-34.