Isaiah 45:22 Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else.
I heard someone say recently that the church has lost her focus. When something is unfocused that means that everything is blurred and we truly live in a time when somethings are really kind of fuzzy. Evil men are calling good evil and evil good and it seems like the only culture that it is permissible to criticize is the culture that believes that the Bible is truly the Word of God.
I have noticed that people who want to engage in any type of sin on a regular basis not only want others to tolerate it but are actually angry if we don't embrace it. They usually come across as if they believe that if we don't endorse sin, we are being mean.
Many churches are becoming unfocused and are allowing the lines to become blurred between right and wrong. Sadly this starts with small things and once they are over looked they grow into much larger issues that soon become divisive.
If we are truly to remain focused on the ministry that God has given to us we must remain focused on His Word and accept it as final.
Is your life out of focus because you have neglected your Bible in favor of popular trends and customs? Spend time getting to know God better. You will be surprised how focused your life will become.
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