Correct practice flows from correct truth. (Christopher Yuan, author, seminary professor)
Yuan continues, “We’re often encouraged in our society to embrace relevance and pragmatism at the expense of truth . . . We must resist the natural impulse to disjoin (separate) practice from truth or truth from practice.” In a day when truth means different things to different people, we must stick doggedly to absolute truth as revealed in God’s creation and his Word.
Truthful words stand the test of time but lies are soon exposed. (Proverbs 12:19)
The church of the living God. . . is the pillar and foundation of the truth. (1 Timothy 3:15)