The Bible and Spirit of YaHavah teach truth, integrity, and respect.
Only the Bible and Spirit of YaHavah are trustworthy sources of truth.
Truth and lies in doctrine are like dandelions.
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While dandelions are a nutritious food, they are also a
menace in a beautiful lawn or garden. Their extremely
deep roots draw nutritious elements from deep in the
earth. The same depth also makes it very hard to get
rid of where they are not wanted. Leave a piece of
root, and it will grow to the surface again, and again.
How does this analogy relate to knowing the difference between truth and lies? It is in the roots and where they grow. Truth has biblical constraints for control and perfect growth. Lies will grow wherever ignorance of the truth allows them to take root.
One example is in the word, "God." While it appears to be a good and spiritual word for our Creator, it is also used to denote any kind of supposed deity. Without a personal name to specify who is being discussed in a doctrine, it is impossible to understand doctrines being taught. No doctrine containing the word, "God", can be tested with another doctrine containing the word "God."
Another example is in the word “spirit.”
Both words can be weeds or good spiritual food, depending on how and where they grow. Every believer can know the difference between truth and lies of what they think, hear, or see, especially in church doctrine.
All Church doctrine should be perfectly aligned with the Bible (taking original intent into account). Even so, there is an abundance of error with deep roots that need to be pulled out. YaHavah promised to be our teacher, counselor, and protector.
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I was looking through some old files and found a book I
had forgotten about from 2014. I think its time to edit and publish.
It will be a few weeks, so keep a watch out for "The Case of
the Disappearing Names From the Book of Life." I like to let
the Bible tell the story. And like the Dandelion book above,
there will be minimal commentary. It may have some surprising
facts that no one has noticed in the Bible before.