Much of what I teach is regarding absolute truth – it is fixed and foundational.
On the other hand, however, there’s a lot of what I share that is relative. In this area I deal with the application of absolute truth in day-to-day life. It is here, in the relative (how we relate the truth practically to our lives), that things are more difficult. This is due to the barrage of unparalleled circumstances that today’s believers must face. These circumstances are so removed from the divine ideal that we are caught in extremely difficult situations. These conflicting settings are, more often than not, less than ideal, if not in outright opposition to God and His revealed principles.
For this reason, believers frequently simply have to do the best that they can do under the circumstances. God knows all about it since, obviously, it is He Who has designed these challenges of faith. We must play the hand we are dealt.
Although, having said that, by the grace of God, utilizing divine wisdom and the courage of faith we may take advantage of the opportunity to discard and draw again – daring to cross the currents of a society that has recklessly abandoned God and His revelation. This is not an easy course, and it is one that we likely will walk alone.