False Knowledge

Guard what was committed to your trust, avoiding the profane and idle babblings and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge. – 1 Timothy 6:20

In the post “Correct Wrong Assertions”, written about is a lesson that Jesus gives us. To make sure the questions being asked are based on the right premise. If we accept the premise others have, we give credence to their way of thinking which may be way off base. Instead, correct the wrong assertion and explain why the question is meaningless.

The Scriptures provide us with the Truth. The world many times offers a false premise. If we accept this false premise, we give credence to worldly thinking which may be way off base. To learn more about the Truth, we need to work together as Christians in studying the Scriptures like the song Come to the Table by Sidewalk Prophets.

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1 Response to False Knowledge

  1. Thanks for the morning insight. So happy that we know Jesus — “the Truth”!

    Blessings!

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