"As we seek truth, we discover that there are many versions of it. But is there a truth that is objective? Is there something that is always true, no matter what anyone thinks about it? The answer to that question is YES! Even if we don’t accept that truth is objective, it remains true. We can’t change it. In other words, objective truth is right even if we don’t
feel right about it. That is what we can also say about Micah chapter 5. God will bring His judgment of righteousness on everything we do, no matter what. How we feel about the truth affects our thinking, but it does not affect the way things are. God will judge the way we have treated each other and handled His truth. It is a good idea for us to change our perception and feelings of God and His righteousness based only on what
He has said to us about Himself. His truth is the only one that ultimately matters.
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