“The Greatest Truth” about Truth is that it’s power lies in it’s simplicity.
That is certainly worth thinking about.
Truth can never be confusing or complicated, for it is free of everything, apart from itself.
It stands alone and stands unselfishly, boldly, outstandingly unshaken at all costs and at all times. It does not need any external support, for it is rooted and grounded in itself.
Placing absolute and total value on its own credibility, it moves on with confidence. If buried, it will rise again.
A lie on the other hand, can place no value on credibility, neither its or yours.
Truth exposes the lie. And the lie does not like that. In fact, it hates that. Hence it will always seek to oppose the Truth.
Truth is the only force that can uncover a lie for what it is and destroy it.
The Truth Is Enlightening
The Truth brings forth light dispelling all darkness. It opens eyes making the penny drop and is a great weapon of discernment.
A lie has only one place to hide. That is in darkness. Deceptively disguising itself while it’s out there, the only chance it has to survive is by trying to suppress the Truth.
Today, if we are truly honest with ourselves, will admit that we are living in a world that is saturated with lies and deception in just about every sphere of life.
And anyone who has the guts and courage to stand up for what is right is viciously and savagely attacked.
Go on, put it to the test yourself. It will work every time. The opposition will come in all kinds of shape and form.
That is in fact is one of it’s greatest attributes, attracting vicious opposition, thereby actually proving that it is the Truth.
So the more the lie attacks the Truth, the more it actually strengthens its validity, and that’s a challenging thought..
So the lie is not really as smart as it thinks it is. In fact it is stupid, and seeks to make the rest us of look stupid too.
Jesus Christ The Embodiment Of Truth
“I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” [John 14:6].
The simplest and most powerful force in the entire universe is the Truth of the Gospel in [1 Corinthians 15:1-4].
“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand;
By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain.
For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures;
And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:”
And in this Truth lies the “Power of God” to save anyone who will just believe, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth” [Romans 1:16].
This Personified Truth, JESUS CHRIST was viciously and savagely attacked, killed and crucified on a horrific Roman Cross, and then buried.
But not for long, for after three days Jesus Christ victoriously rose, NEVER to be buried again. HE stands strong, by Himself, in Himself, unshaken, unmoved and authoritatively in His rightful place.
This TRUTH is the very bedrock foundation of our eternal Hope.
It has withstood the test of time with all the vicious and savage opposition and still does today, but its stands strong and unchangeably unshaken.
And the vicious opposition to this TRUTH validates its integrity and its authenticity.
This is not religion for there is nothing that is truthful about it. Religion does not even come into the equation.
This is TRUTH.
The Ball Is In Our Court
When it comes to making choices, the ball is entirely in our court.
Pilate the Governer in Rome, who tried Jesus Christ, actually found no fault in HIM [Luke 23:14].
According to [Matthew 27:22] Pilate asked the question, “What shall I do then with Jesus which is called Christ?”
This same question confronts and challenges each and every single one of us today, “what are we going to do with Jesus called Christ?”
For we all must have ‘something’ to do with HIM.
We all must make the choice of our own volition.