Last week we talked about having Bold Conversations because eventually, only the truth
matters. But we’re usually OK with the truth when it comes from us and is told to someone
else. How about when we struggle to let God tell us the truth? To let God’s direction for our
life be the path we follow?
With many things we see in life, structures are often designed to bend but not break. Whether
it be a suspension bridge, a skyscraper, or the wings of an airplane, some things are designed to
have great flexibility but still maintain their overall strength and stability. Is that how we as
Christians are supposed to act?
Now I will definitely say that we are to have great compassion, understanding, and forgiveness.
The greatest gift we both have and can give is love. But does our flexibility and understanding
towards others mean that we can make bad decisions for the overall good? Out of love, can we
tell others to do the same? In this sermon we will take a look at our responsibility to God when
faced with seemingly insurmountable opposition.