Happy New Year!  2021!    2020 has been quite a year – and – if the beginning days of 2021 are any indication, 2021 promises to be quite the year as well. 

It seems difficult to know what to believe when we watch “the news”.  Social media gives everyone a platform to proclaim their opinions on every event and express their anger or support, depending on their personal beliefs.  Where does one go to “find the truth”?    

Jesus said, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life, no man comes to the Father expect by Me.”  (John 14:6)   God’s Word gives us truth.  It is dependable and trustworthy.  

“Do not fret because of evildoers, be not anxious toward wrongdoers, for they will fade like the green herb.  Trust in the Lord and do good, dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness.”  Psalms 37:1 – 3  

 In Proverbs 23:23 we are told to “buy the truth, and do not sell it”    Truth is so very valuable we are not to sell it for cheap imitations.  As we face this new year of Covid and other challenges, “buy the truth, don’t sell it”.

Go to God’s living Word.   Fill your mind and heart with truth!   As we are admonished in Ephesians 6:14  “gird up your loins with truth”.

Go forward into this year of uncertainty with TRUTH!

Thank you for investing in this ministry.   We seek to proclaim and model truth.

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