I’m not perfect . . . (wow, I hate to admit that). No, seriously, I’m not!
And I want to Thank Christy who kindly corrected me last week on the mistake in my blog. I wrote concerning Zechariah:
And then John because of his disbelief, became mute until the birth of his son
The correct statement should be:
And then Zechariah because of his disbelief, became mute until the birth of his son John
The good news is that some of you are actually reading my blog and paying attention to what I write, and that is a blessing to me.
If you EVER find a mistake, PLEASE let me know! I welcome the correction. The Bible clearly teaches over and OVER again, that false teaching is to be CORRECTED. While I did not purposely mislead or misprint anything in this blog, I did make a mistake, and I have asked God for forgiveness of it. I would ask that if you find a mistake that is clearly erroneous that you contact me so that I can correct it.
The Bible tells us:
The righteous hate what is false … (Proverbs 13:5)
Therefore, I expect you to want to help me be true. And as for me:
[ I ], however, must teach what is appropriate to sound doctrine. (Titus 2:1 NIV)
Thanks for reading!