Did you go to church yesterday? Good. Did you pay attention to the sermon? Good. Did you think about what was being said and compare it with the Bible? If not, no good! Today’s devotional will explain. God bless you.
Because of Calvary,
Psalm 119:66 (ESV)
Teach me good judgment and knowledge,
for I believe in your commandments.
“Then we shall be able to have good judgment in matters of doctrine. I wish we could get all Christians to have good judgment in this respect. They go to hear one man, who is very fluent; he preaches Calvinistic doctrine, and it is very sweet to them. Another preaches Arminian doctrine, and contradicts all that the first one said; but to these people it is equally good, for he also is an eloquent man. Almost any error is sucked down by nine out of ten of the professors of the present day so long as it is sufficiently sugared. If you will but spice it well, it matters not to them what it is. I have been shocked to find how some will go, and listen to the veriest drivel, which is not the gospel of God at all, so long as it is but fitly spoken.” [Charles Haddon Spurgeon, The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit XLVI, (London: Passmore and Alabaster, 1900), p. 392]