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How Do We Know What Is True?

How Do We Know What Is True?

There is one truth which matters to us as students of life. The truth which we discover along our journey is the truth which is imperative to follow and honor. Jesus stated this simple method to live by,“and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” He did not say we shall all know the same truth nor did he say “set yourselves free” and then know the truth.

The path of joy is one in which we listen inwardly and follow the truths we believe. All of us are blessed with our own inner awareness of what actions or movements forward we are to take. As we follow what we know to be true, our lives prosper. As we deny the truths we are hearing, not only are we not free,we are limited to a life of trial and error.

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