Test, taste, choose

Ideas are many, and opinions are even more diverse. But we must learn to choose what is good and right.

“For the ear tests words
as the palate tastes food.
Let us choose what is right;
let us know among ourselves
what is good” (Job 34:2-3).

It is our responsibility to test, taste, and choose what is right and good. According to the situations of people, they will formulate opinions about God. Their pain and struggles will cause them to doubt or even reject God.

Some say that God doesn’t care. He Created the world and just let it go. We just have to figure things out as we go along. Others say God is active and concerned about all that we face.

Test what you hear, taste it like food, and choose what is right and good.

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One Comment

  1. I agree, I think our relationship with God becomes more authentic, real and strong when we have found out who God is on our own rather than just drawing from other experiences.
    There are times when it is advisable that we draw from other experience, but that shouldn’t be taken in as it is. Test that too.
    Great job daddy.

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