Scott Sauls wrote this good piece over at KeyLife today. There will be some who take offense at this post before reading it. For those tempted to do that, please read and understand what he is saying. Sauls is not encouraging anyone to become a relativist. He’s not saying that we need to compromise on our stand for truth. What he is saying is that we simply obey God when He tells us to walk in wisdom and always let your speech be gracious. The irony is, that should appeal to the law-driven people out there because it is an imperative. And yet it is the law-driven person who will most likely find fault with the command and trample on everyone while attempting to “put them in their place”. Read Love is Not Easily Offended by Scott Sauls.
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