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Dishonest Doubt - by Michael Phillips
Study in Luke - Part 46 of 94
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Luke 11:29-36
Jan 26, 2003 am - The topic of today's story is doubt. There is such a thing as honest doubt; maybe you've felt it in the past or are feeling it right now. Nathanael was "an Israelite in whom there was no guile", yet when he heard the glowing report about Jesus, he wasn't sure that "anything good [could] come out of Nazareth". His was an honest doubt. But not everything that goes by the name is. Many doubts are phony, crooked, and insincere. People say they want to know the truth, but they don't mean it. To them, doubt is an excuse for unbelief-and nothing more. I fear that some of you are guilty of this. You've gone to church your whole life, you've read the Bible, and maybe you've asked people to explain things to you or read good books on matters that you find confusing. You've been exposed to the truth; you know the Gospel, but you're not sure if it's true or not. Maybe you don't deny the Lord Jesus Christ, but neither do you believe in Him in such a way that affects your life. You say you want to know the truth, but you don't. You may lie to others about it, or only to yourself. But the fact is, your doubts about the Lord are dishonest. This jarring and offensive introduction brings us to ... More >>>

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