Being publicly correct isn't what God commands

2013-04-09T00:00:00Z Being publicly correct isn't what God commands nwitimes.com
April 09, 2013 12:00 am

Biblical principles have shown Christians how to get the most out of life. It has provided new spiritual strength to those who apply its principles.

God made a lasting impression when Pilate realized he could not change the crowd’s mind. Even when the chief priests, etc., saw Jesus, they thought they were being publicly correct in shouting, “Crucify him.”

Pilate replied,” I find no fault in this man. He is innocent.” Because of the exasperating pressure, Pilate authorized the crucifixion of Jesus. He also demanded “King of the Jews” be carved into the top of Jesus’ cross.

We should learn a lesson about being publicly correct in order to go along with the crowd. Marriage is to be between a man and a woman. God’s word is always correct.

Praise God. Our communities, families, friends, government and our United States can benefit when we follow the Bible’s guidelines.

— Nancy Mills, Hammond

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