“every man did that which was right in his own eyes”

It is amazing how a Bible verse written over 4,000 years ago can resonate today. At the end of Judges we read: “In those days Israel had no king; every man did that which was right in his own eyes. Judges 21:25

Doesn’t that sound exactly like the world today? Do your own thing, if it feels good do it or that may be true for you, but not for me. As a country and as a world we have lost the meaning of truth. We no longer believe in absolute truth. In fact anyone claiming to have the truth is considered either intolerant or a bigot. The world loves gray and hates black and white.

Christians have the truth and for revival to take hold we need to cling to the truth and proclaim it with both our mouths and our lives.

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About dwwork

The name of this blog is taken from 1 Peter 3:13 - “always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, keeping a clear conscience. This verse became special to me over ten years ago when I was asked to teach an adult Sunday school class on Christian apologetics. This interest grew over the years to the point that I took some graduate level classes in apologetics. I think the best way to be prepared to give and answer to everyone who asks is to know scripture. It is my hope that through these short devotionals the reader will become more familiar with each verse. I have tried when possible to make them personal hoping in some small way to show that God’s word written over two thousand years ago is still relevant today. In the writing of these short devotionals I have been able to better understand how God’s word impacts my life. It is my hope that you too will come closer to our Lord Jesus and develop a closer relationship with Him. Finally, if the reader finds anything in conflict with scripture please let me know. God’s word is the final authority always overrules anything I might write. David
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