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Hey Christian, read your Bible.

Hey, Christian. This is a Bible. Read it. Learn it. Believe it. Live it.

Everything in your life should be weighed on the scale of the Word of God. You cannot cherry pick what to believe from God’s design. (Rev 3:16) And it seems more and more of you are.

The inerrant, active, living Word of God is what I believe to be true. It is becoming increasingly unpopular to follow the words written in these pages. God’s design for: biology, anatomy, marriage, discipline, purity, disagreements, sex, health, and more are being mocked and abandoned - even by people who profess Christ as Savior! Oh, how it must grieve Him.

Hear me well – I believe this book to be true. All of it. Does that mean I don’t love you if you believe differently? Absolutely not! Christ loved fiercely, even those who desired Him to be nailed to the Cross at Calvary. His dying words, “forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do”. But he called them out. He desires every soul to come to repentance and faith.

Contrary to what seems a popular opinion, Bible believing Christians can love you even though we disagree with you. It’s becoming increasingly trickier to navigate this politically correct world. The side that screams tolerance and love is surprisingly very intolerant of anyone who believes differently.

Christians, even prominent figures, are bowing to the culture and abandoning the instruction manual. Does the world hate you? GOOD! It hated Christ too, y’all! (John 15:18)

I’m seeing more and more people that claim lives devoted to Christ but are looking more and more like the world. If you are in Christ, you should be a NEW creation. The old has gone, the new has come. Compromising your beliefs to conform to the world when there are clear warnings of this in Scripture is a very dangerous road to walk. And I want no part of it.

Take my life and let it be, consecrated Lord to thee.

Take my will and make it thine, it shall be no longer mine.

James 4:4, 1 John 2:15-16, Romans 12:2, 1 Peter 14-16, Colossians 3:2, Romans 6:1

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