What is of Infinite Importance?

He wrote more than 30 books and his works have been translated into more than 30 languages and sales have reached millions of copies. If you are familiar with his works, you know about his profound knowledge and wisdom. Some may know of him through his work, “The Chronicles of Narnia.” His name was Clive Staples Lewis; better known as C. S. Lewis.

C.S. Lewis was a writer who left atheism to follow Christ and became an apologist for Christianity.   (An apologist is one who offers an argument in defense of something controversial. Basically, be spoken in defense of Christianity.)

In a treatise on apologetics, Lewis stated, “One of the great difficulties is to keep before the audience’s mind the question of Truth.  They always think you are recommending Christianity not because it is true but because it is good.”*

C. S. Lewis then declared, “One must keep on pointing out that Christianity is a statement which, if false, is of no importance, and, if true, of infinite importance.  The one thing it cannot be is moderately important.”*

God’s truth is of infinite importance.  As Kevin mentioned on Sunday night in our study, God’s truth is invaluable. God’s truth is His word (John 17.17). God’s word is that which will furnish us to every good work (2 Timothy 3.16-17). Further, it is God’s word which is able to save our souls (James 1.21; 1 Peter 1.23).

Do you take God’s Word, His Truth as infinitely important?

Do your actions show that God’s Word is infinitely important in your life?

Just some thoughts,

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