Apostle Grace Lubega
Titus 1:1 (KJV); Paul, a servant of God, and an apostle of Jesus Christ, according to the faith of God’s elect, and the acknowledging of the truth which is after godliness
Paul in our theme scripture speaks of truth that is after godliness. The Amplified version calls it the truth which belongs to and harmonizes with and tends to godliness.
It means that where truth is, God must be manifest.
Sadly, we are living in a time when what is truth has been substituted by politically correct statements that attempt to explain away our limitations and give excuses for why we have not seen the great manifestation of the power of God in our generation.
A great man of God once said that it appears that God was more manifest in the Old Testament than He is today yet our covenant is based on greater promises; we have great access; God now lives and moves in us.
The Bible says that the Greek seeks for WISDOM and the Jew requires a SIGN. (1 Corinthians 1:22).
However, what men are teaching today does not amount to the wisdom of God, which is why it is devoid of power and the grace of conviction that can turn the hearts of men.
In the absence of truth, we also cannot minister to those who only believe by seeing signs, miracles or wonders.
Truth must lead to godliness. Where there is truth, there is power; where there is truth, we minister to both the “Greek” and the “Jew”.
FURTHER STUDY: 1 Thessalonians 2:13, Hebrews 4:12
Truth must lead to godliness. Where there is truth, there is power; where there is truth, we minister to both the “Greek” and the “Jew.”
PRAYER: Father in the name of Jesus, I thank you for this word. It effectually works in me because I believe it. I have received the truth of God in its fullness and manifest godliness everywhere that I go. Miracles, signs and wonders follow me. In Jesus’s name, Amen.