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Walking in Truth and Love

It has been said that there are two kinds of people in the Christian community. There are the love people, who believe that living in love, unity, and harmony with others is of utmost importance. Then there’s the truth group of people. These Christians care deeply about the salvation of the lost and remind us that unless truth is declared, no one can be saved. Unfortunately, the love group can find it difficult to draw lines in the sand when it comes to false teachings and sin, and the truth camp often becomes harsh, judgemental, and lack in grace. Which group do you fall in to? Before you panic, there is good news! We don’t have to choose between love or truth. It is not a trade-off. Join Dr. John Neufeld in this 5-message series where he will walk through how to live a life of both Christian love and truth!

Love and Truth

You don’t ever have to choose between being a “love” person or a “truth” person. It shouldn’t be a tradeoff. In fact, we should think that growing in both love and truth is a part of Christian discipleship.

Love and the Commandments

But what does John mean by walking in the truth? According to this book and the other books by Joh, it is clear that for him, walking in the truth means to live according to the truth of the message of the gospel.

Truth and Error

If we are to be mature believers who walk in the truth, we must learn to recognize what is false.

Constant Vigilance

The calling from the Bible is that we be constantly aware and on watch as deceivers, false teachers and distorters of the truth will always be there. The price of living in the truth is eternal vigilance.

The Truth Once for All

If what you learn deviates from essential Christian instruction about Jesus, His cross, the God we are to be reconciled to and the salvation He offers, watch out! Resist this.


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