Have you noticed that more and more people are referencing the internet as a reputable source?

People will actually argue with you stating: “But I read it on this website or on that blog.”  It doesn’t matter if they are speaking about COVID, the US Constitution or theology, they are convinced, if they read it on the internet, it’s valid.

You understand that is like citing what is written on a fence or the utterance of a campaigning politician.  Not to say it’s not true, but it will always be suspect.

I read recently, in a book, that the internet is made up of 30% retail, 30% porn and 30% lies.  Even working from my premise that 73% of statistics are made up, that statement sounds pretty close to reality.

With the click of a mouse, you can find people who believe and defend any matter of foolishness. And just because they are passionate and it’s on the web, doesn’t mean it’s the truth.

The eternal question is the same now as it was when Pilate asked it 2,000 years ago, “What is truth?”

Jesus gave us the answer when he said, “The truth will set you free” and then He reminds us that He alone is the Way, the Truth and the Life.

Have a great week and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.

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