The Need for Truth
The need for knowing the truth should be the supreme goal of every person, not just those of the Christian worldview. The Bible claims that everything about God is true, including His Spirit, His Son, His Word and His judgments. Frankly, this is just the beginning of a long and comprehensive list (John 14:6; Psalm 19:9; 119:142,160). It is logical to conclude then that every person who identifies themselves as a follower of the God discovered in the Bible should then also be a seeker of truth (John 8:31-36). The priority of a Christian should be in harmony with the will, and subsequent purposes of God.
If a person refuses to acknowledge God and His straightforward standards for their lives, a vacuum is created that can only be filled by the opposite of God. If God is truth, then in His absence comes the presence of falsehood. Ironically, millions of people would rather embrace the destruction of deceit that acquiesce to the demands of truth. Don’t be one of them. Your adherence to the truth of God outlined in the Holy Bible is altogether rational. It has been shown to be historically sound, empirically tested and experientially transformative.