“For truly my words shall not be false: he that is perfect in knowledge is with thee.”
An obscure line from an obscure character from an obscure writing. I say obscure merely because it is often overlooked and few have read these words more than once, if at all.
I will not give reference but rather ask this simple question; if He who is perfect in knowledge is with me, do I really need you to announce your truth?
When Jesus said truly truly and verily verily, it was not to announce truth, it was to announce importance.
In the psalms Selah was used to announce a pause, a moment of pondering of words.
The only thing worthy of noting by the character that uttered the opening quote is this, “he that is perfect in knowledge is with thee.”
Let words stand or fail on this, that the Spirit of Truth, the Holy Spirit, the Comforter, if He be in you and with you, He shall confirm truth and expose a lie.
Are you acquainted with the Comforter? Are you aware of His presence? Will you submit to Him or hold tight to your own opinions because they sound good?
“I hold these truths to be self-evident,”
Most Americans know where this quote comes from but do you know the opening quotes source? Sure you can google it, but do you know the one who has perfect knowledge? Google is easier yes, but less reliable.
Perhaps that is our greatest danger.
Luke 12:19 And I will say to my soul, Soul, thou hast much goods laid up for many years; take thine ease, eat, drink, and be merry.
There is no security in ease, especially if you know verse 20. There is only security in He who is Truth.