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Call To Discernment

Calling Christians to Biblical Christianity. Christians must have discernment in all areas of life in this end time of deception, realizing also that American leadership of both political parties are leading us into the New World Order of the coming antichrist. Do not be conformed to this world. Rom. 12:2. Expose the deeds of darkness. Eph. 5:11. "He that is not zealous against error, is not likely to be zealous for truth." J.C. Ryle ----- [NEW AND IMPROVED BLOG UNDER CONSTRUCTION] 

July 21, 2015

7:01 PM - A Dangerous Mixture

It is time to face facts! It is time to obey God's Word! Error is never more dangerous—more deceptive—than when it is mixed with truth.

The following article by the late M.H. Reynolds, Jr., first appeared in Foundation magazine, July-August 1982.

By M.H. Reynolds, Jr.

Mixing truth and error is exceedingly dangerous, yet most people today seem very content with such a mixture, especially in the field of religious beliefs. The devil has made great headway in convincing the majority of people (including many Christians) that mixing truth and error is not only unavoidable, but can actually be beneficial. As a consequence, when God's faithful servants expose error and demand absolute separation between truth and error, they are often looked upon as unloving troublemakers.

The fact of the matter is that the Bible warns about the danger of allowing even a small amount of error to be mixed with truth. God says, "A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump" (Galatians 5:9). By contrast, the devil would have us believe that we are intolerant and bigoted if we insist on separating truth and error and putting accurate labels on each. The question is, "Will we believe God or Satan?" The choice should not be difficult! Satan is a liar, but God cannot lie!



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