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Do you believe in absolute truth?

August 24, 2010

Teach me your way, O LORD, that I may walk in your truth; unite my heart to fear your name.

--Psalm 86:11

You and I live in a time in which moral absolutes have been dismissed as being culturally irrelevant. In fact, most people today don't believe in moral or absolute truth.
They believe all truth is relevant... all truth is changeable... all morality is cultural.

And it's not just unchurched people who believe this way. One survey states that almost 60 percent of church members in America do not believe that truth is absolute!

In this time of moral flux, few people live by any standards let alone by God's standards.

So is it any wonder that the institution of marriage is so hard hit by divorce? Without biblical standards, each person does as they please and what's right in their own eyes. They serve their own needs and purposes and don't give God or their mate a second thought.

But there is absolute truth. And God calls us to align ourselves with him and his truth.

Is your marriage in trouble? Don't rush to divorce. Most marriage problems today could be resolved if couples would yield to God's truth. You see, the struggles you're facing aren't because the Scripture is unclear, but like so many personal challenges, are the result of sin and rebellion.

Look at your own heart. Trust his Word and walk in his truth.


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