As commentators, the media and writers continue to exaggerate and stretch the truth toward political lines, its hard for the average American to know what is right. Subsequently, a climate has been established for individuals to unknowingly embrace lies. Its no wonder that America has become a nation divided by a lack of clarity.
Buy the truth and do not sell it— wisdom, instruction and insight as well, Proverbs 23:23.
According to Solomon, truth is something that must be sought out. The apostle Paul takes this process one step further, to test everything you hear and read. While you should be able to trust certain people and outlets, if you don’t question anything you are opening yourself to becoming vessels of propaganda.
Do not treat prophecies with contempt but test them all; hold on to what is good, 1 Thessalonians 5:20-21.
Romans 10:17 reveals the faith comes from hearing and reading words of the Bible. Without a daily intake of the Bible, anyone is vulnerable to embracing and believing lies of the Devil. Therefore, don’t let another day go by as a low information voter. Rather, buy the truth and when you obtain it, don’t sell it!
by Jay Mankus