Faltering Between Two Opinions

In the days of Ahab and Jezebel, the people of God were confused about the true God of the Bible and who they should worship. Elijah declared to people “How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God follow Him; but if Baal, follow him.” Christians are of two opinions right now. They are divided on what is pleasing to God and what is best for our country. They are listening to all kinds of voices, and they are tossed to and fro about what is Godly and what should be important for this country.



We live in a culture that opinions are a dime a dozen! We have no lack of opinion about various subject matters whether we have much knowledge about them or not. Developing opinions and critical thinking is part of our academic training, and it is a way that we show we have intelligence. However, God is not impressed with our opinions. As a matter of fact, our opinions are a hindrance to our spiritual growth and maturity. God sometimes, by His mercy, overrules our opinions to open our eyes to new possibilities and new levels of freedom. …

God and Government – The News Media & the Danger of Bias


The freedom of the press and the public trust go hand-in-hand. The press has the privilege of being free to report what it deems significant to Americans. And we should expect and demand that the news media provide truthful information and nothing but the truth! We should not tolerate bias in the new media with content, selection, or tone. …