The Truth Shall Make You Free
It is absolutely remarkable that the courses of human events have been so dramatically affected by ignorance. At the Twenty-Third of Luke, as the Savior’s life slipped from His body, He asked His Father to forgive those who crucified Him, for they knew not what they did. Peter acknowledged much the same in his sermon on Solomon’s Porch at the Third of Acts, noting that it was in ignorance that the people and their rulers had killed the Prince of Life. At the Seventeenth of Acts, Paul told the Athenians that they ignorantly worshiped a God that was unknown to them and that their devotions were resultingly no more than superstitious. A superstition is any belief based on fear or ignorance, with no basis in fact, and which is inconsistent with what can be or is known to be true. While superstition springs from ignorance, the Words of Truth are the Words of Life, and the Truth shall make you free.
Written by David Hayes Prophater