“And ye shall know the truth , and the truth shall make you free. (John 8:32) Pilate asked, “What is truth?” That question rings down to us today. Few are the individuals who will search the scriptures daily like the noble Bereans. (Acts 17:11) One of the reasons for this is the avoidance of the cross. Knowing, living, and obeying Truth, has consequences. Many first evaluate the cost, then decide whether or not to accept the truth. This is utter folly, as it is only believing the devil’s lie, that God’s ways are not best, a lie that stems all the way from the first temptation. Admittedly, the material contained on this web-site is not popular opinion. If you will honestly assess it and commit yourself to God and His Truth, you will likely become increasingly unpopular. Indeed the cross in our lives has never been popular, but I believe that nearest the Cross, and nearest the Word, is where the power of the Gospel is. I welcome you to a life of pursuing Grace and Truth. (John 1:14) God Bless You.