You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32 (HCSB)

If someone tells you that you can’t ask questions about something, doesn’t that just cause you to wonder why? Usually it means they are hiding something. Like logically, if we are told we can’t question the legality of the 2020 elections, we SHOULD question it! If we are told not to question the J6 activities, we SHOULD question them! If we are forbidden to say anything negative about the vaccine and all the negative reports that are being censored about it, don’t you think we SHOULD look into what they are hiding? Btw, even doctors who spoke out against the “approved treatment” were not only censored but lost their licenses to practice medicine and their reputations were smeared. Censorship in itself is simply a control mechanism to keep people from knowing the truth. Our nation was founded with a Constitution, Amendments and a Bill of Rights. One such amendment grants us freedom of speech. So, when it is suppressed, you can know that those behind it are wanting to shackle us in slavery. Wherever you feel you can’t talk about freely, control is operating. But remember, the knowing the truth always leads to freedom. Truth will stand up under scrutiny, though lies will crumble!

Ask the Lord to show you any place where you have been silent or have not questioned the narrative, but SHOULD have. Repent and confess it as sin! As you begin to become willing to see the truth, God will reveal more of it to you. If you are not willing to take the truth that you already have, God is not going to give you more. Tell God that you want truth, at whatever cost, being aware that what He shows you may (probably will) hurt. Truth that leads to freedom usually hurts first because it is attacking that which is holding us in bondage! Ask Him for the grace to be a truth seeker, as well as one who will speak the truth boldly in love (Ephesians 4:15). Pray all this for your pastor, that he would seek, embrace and boldly declare truth to your congregation and in our city.