Be A Berean When Reading The Keen Peach…Or Anything!

Be A Berean When Reading The Keen Peach…Or Anything!

Acts 1711

Hey guys!

I want to take a moment to just make it clear that when reading this blog, you must be a Berean.

Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.  Acts 17:11

While The Keen Peach definitely did not start out as a Christian blog and I honestly did not intend for it to become one, it has. This is for no other reason that I just can’t help it.

So while I do love to read the word of the Lord and tell you ladies the things that I find, please do not take what I say on here as fact until you have looked for yourself and found it to be true. This is important to do not only do with this blog but with everything that you hear or read that is not the actual word of God.

I thank you so much for reading this blog. You have no idea the joy that I receive when someone finds these words encouraging or a help to them in some way. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for your readership. Know that I only want the best for you and that is why I have to make sure that you approach The Keen Peach as a Berean.

Blessings, joy, and peace to you all!
Angela

 

Examine It To See If It Is So

Examine It To See If It Is So

Good Morning!

I am coming at you from my new desk!

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Jason got me the best gift for Christmas, a new desk to write at. Now just to figure out a new use for the breakfast table….. I guess we could eat there? 😉

Examine It To See If It Is So

In 2017, I had a much deeper learning of a lesson most of us know but tend to forget.

Acts 1711

Unfortunately, we live in a time where everyone has a “wise” thought to share. And unfortunately again, most of it is crap.

I thought it would be good to begin 2018 reminding us that no matter what information you are consuming, examine it to see if it is so. Crap can proceed from the mouths of professors, parents, pastors, news anchors, bloggers….especially bloggers.

So when you read a quote, stop. Examine it, ponder if it is really true. When you are taught a lesson, stop, think, examine it to see if it has merit. When you read an article, don’t be quick to believe it just because of the source.

And when you read the Bible, you know I know it is infallible, do not count a devotion or commentary as infallible. Examine it to see if it is so.

Question:
What is something that was presented to you as fact, that you later found out to be false?