By Steve McVey
Could many churchgoing Christians be getting a diluted Christianity—one that diminishes the loving, giving, personal God who offers the believer every little thing in lifestyles? writer Steve McVey passionately yet unwittingly taught from the pulpit the very lies he now exposes. Forthrightly yet humbly, he indicates how pastors and church buildings can turn out distorting scriptural truths as a result of their preconceptions. beginning up the Scriptures freshly, Steve examines standard difficulties corresponding to
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May God’s grace overwhelm your hearts and minds with the knowledge of the truth that sets us free. You can be assured anytime you read a book that it wasn’t a solo effort on the part of the author. That’s true with this book too. Many people, too many to list, have influenced my thinking through the years, thus helping to shape this book. Others were directly involved in the development of 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday. The basis of this volume was the “101 Lies” I posted on YouTube a few years ago.
The lie has caused devastating damage, and it has influenced countless Christians through the centuries to fall terribly short of the kind of lifestyles the Bible tells us we can live. How could this belief cause such drastic effects? Here’s why: People will not act consistently in ways that are contrary to what they believe about themselves. This is a foundational issue in life because it’s an identity issue. The bottom line is that—over the long haul—you’ll act like who you think you are. Your self-assessment will affect what you expect.
That’s okay, though, because He has it all under control. He knows the truth, and we can catch up in our understanding, as we are able. I wonder if any of us understood how wonderful salvation really is when we first began to follow Jesus. We can be grateful that salvation doesn’t require perfect understanding on our part. God looks at the hearts of people. He is looking for sincere hearts, not perfect heads. Wrongheadedness on the subject may have caused us to think that becoming a Christian means we give Him our lives, but the reality is just the opposite.
52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday. ...And Why the Truth Is So Much Better by Steve McVey