Idolatry – Clinging to a Counterfeit

Idolatry

Clinging to a Counterfeit

“Idol” means “counterfeit.” Idolatry is clinging to a counterfeit of the true God. Some examples:

Money: It seems to provide the necessities of life, but fails, for money is not the Life-giver.

Government: Some depend upon government to provide all things, but find out government can also take.

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Words That Matter

(2 Timothy 1:13, CSB)

Hold on to the pattern of sound teaching that you have heard from me, in the faith and love that are in Christ Jesus.

In the Christian church we use words that have specific meanings that don’t change, due to their special use. These words are important to our understanding of God’s word and to clearly expressing what He says.


GRACE

“Grace” is undeserved and unmerited love.  It is God’s love toward us, not because we have been good or otherwise deserved it, but because He is merciful and loving.

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