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Charisma and confidence can often be the masks under which a lie masquerades as the truth. The sincerity of a communicator cannot establish truth, for truth is rooted, not in a person’s passion, but in unchanging absolutes. We are often drawn to believe an idea based on the confidence and conviction of the person conveying it, but we must remember that while charisma can beautify the truth, It can never define it. Let us always attempt to bring our ideas, convictions, and passions under the authority of God’s Word before we are drawn away by the loudest and most convincing human voices.

Jhn 17:17 NKJV – 17 “Sanctify them by Your truth. Your word is truth.

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  • Robert Comer says:

    John 6:63 speaks of Gods Words, John 6:64, Jesus states “but there are some of you who do not believe” John 6:65 Jesus states “Therefore I have said to you that no one can come to Me unless it has been granted to him by my Father”. Romans 8:8-17, 2 Peter 3:9. for me personally, it is not the charisma and confidence of the one preaching. But the Truth of Gods Word taught in sincerity, a genuine gift that God has given you.

  • Robert Comer says:

    that was romans 10:8-17, oop`s

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