Now hold on there before you leave in a huff....there is nothing wrong with the reevaluation of what you have learned, especially if what you have been taught isn't working out they way you were told it's supposed to. Can I at least get an "Amen" from the choir? God doesn't mind when you question him, as long as your attitude is one of seeking for answers, and not one of accusation.Dear reader, what I am talking about here is the simple process of living and learning.
Jesus is our premiere teacher of the Christian faith: He is our exemplary model in how to live as Christ, and no one else! Well....okay, the apostle Paul also gave us a good example to follow, but he followed Jesus' example. Even the most ardent Word of Faith teacher would have to agree with that. We should all be learning what Jesus said, and be living as Jesus lived on this earth, just as His apostles did. In order for us to truly be called Christians, our word and deed must match in order to avoid the undesirable label of "hypocrite." No one likes that word, do they? Yet, like it or not, let's be completely honest...at some point in our lives we have all been a hypocrite in one way or another.