II Timothy 2:23 “Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments, because you know they produce quarrels.”

Right now opinions are abounding from everyone.  “Open up the country!”…”No, we should say at home yet.”…”Churches should be able to open up.”…”No, it’s too early to gather together in groups.”  But what happens when you have all these contrasting opinions are silly arguments over semantics rather than what God’s Word actually says.  In this Scripture, Paul is writing to the young Pastor Timothy, warning him to avoid quarrels of “words” that stem from either party’s inadequate training in and/or deficient knowledge of Biblical disciplines.  So before we can express any kind of opinion, we must first know what God’s Word says about it…in order to handle correctly the word of truth. (II Timothy 2:15).  But to know God’s Word, we must first get into God’s Word and allow it to enlighten us.

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