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If we do not know the truth, we will not be free . . . from guilt. We may then become the victim of many fallacies. If we do not read the Bible on a continuing basis, its precious truths may slip away from us.
When manufacturing a philosophy based on popular Bible verses, it is even more important to learn the flip sides as well. Knowing both sides will give us a better sense of balance. The Bible is better understood in its entirety.
This new dawn is promising and frightening at the same time. If people prove wise enough to base their decisions on the guidance of the Holy Spirit and God’s Work, good results can be expected. However, if last week’s soap opera or this month’s unspiritual paperback is used as a behavioral yardstick, then deep trouble lies ahead.