I don’t know about you, but I’m politicked. I’m ticked at what’s happening on the field. I’m ticked as I look at the scoreboard. And as a responsible citizen, as someone who should be under God; we’re one nation under God, not alongside God or above God. We’re one nation under God. But as people who love God and who want the best, we should be ticked.
So today, as I kick this series off called Politicked, I want to do a quick overview of what’s going on, on the field. I want to do a quick overview of the battle that’s going on between different forces. Because the battle we’re facing is not against flesh and blood; it’s against principalities and forces out there. So many of us, though, are so drunk we don’t know what’s happening.
What’s going on? Well there’s a battle going on. And one of the struggles is truth versus relativism. Say it with me, truth versus relativism. Jesus said (John 8:32), “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” So many people, though, are relativists these days. And relativism sounds so sexy, so cool and so hip. So many celebrities and pundits and glassy eyed gurus and politicos are into relativism.
What does it mean to be a relativist? To be a relativist simply says, what is true is true for you. That might be right for you; but what’s right for you might be different than what’s right for you, but it’s right for you. The truth is relative. In other words, let’s say there’s a University of Relativism. And let’s say Dr. Fuzzy Face walked in front of the classroom and we were all in this class at the University of Relativism.© Copyright admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Fellowship Church Grapevine