About 35 years ago, a cigarette company had a slogan, "Our smokers would rather fight than switch." The same exists today when it concerns people making change.
The Bible teaches that repentance isn't saying, "I'm sorry," because such doesn't mean one has changed Luke 13:3, Acts 3:19, Acts 17:29-30. When people are faced with what the Bible teaches, they are suppose to stop doing evil deeds. However, many will prefer to fight the truth, Acts 18:6. For example, the word of God teaches that Christ established only one church with one faith, Matt. 16:18, Eph. 4:4-6, Col. 1:18, Rom. 12:4-5, 1 Cor. 12:12-27, 1 Cor. 1:10. Rather than accept this truth when it is taught, some will fight to remain in a church or way of life that is wrong. They say things like, "I've been a member of this church for 30 years!" Or, "You can't tell me my church is wrong!" "I will live my life like I want!" Etc. So that's the problem with the world today. We would rather fight than switch.
I don't know why we think the Bible can't guide us. We reject just about everything God has told us to do. But, let's not forget the warning of the Lord, for Christ said, "He who rejects the word would be judged by the same word on that day," John 12:48.
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