What’s the point of truthsaves.org? Who are we? What do we promote? What’s the website about?
We still get quite a few questions on who we are, what we believe, what theology we’re promoting, etc. Typically we try not to talk much about ourselves on this site, because the point is to bring glory to God – not ourselves. But it’s also important that people understand where we’re coming from. So, here’s a little bit of information about the purpose of the website.
About our Website
Toby Keathley’s video testimony.
A phenomenal story about finding purpose in life.
Toby’s story will move your heart. Take a few minutes out of your day to get some inspiration!
God bless you, Toby!
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Michael was raised in a Christian home. He wandered, but ultimately returned to God’s goodness.
Michael’s testimony speaks volumes about God’s faithfulness. We may wander, but He’ll always patiently seek us out. God has a vibrant life in store for all those who earnestly seek Him.
Submit to His will and discover your life’s purpose.
Read Michael’s testimony here.
David purposed in his heart to avoid sin. We can do the same.
I love this Psalm for multiple reasons.
David prayed earnestly, out of a sincere heart. Do we?
David purposed that his mouth would not transgress.
I have purposed that my mouth will not transgress.
Psalm 17:3 (portion)
Some say avoiding sin is not simply a matter of making a decision. Being a former addict, I understand the thought process. Yet such thoughts are deceptions, some truth mixed with lies.
Life consists of a series of decisions. Will I swear? I choose. Will I pick up that joint? Will I light it? It’s up to me. Do I have the ability to stop my hand from reaching over to the bottle, unscrewing the cap and drinking? Did I look at the porn out of necessity? Every waking moment we make choices. We can purpose, like David, to not sin. We choose. So often we blame addiction, our partners, unforeseen circumstances, depression . . . we need to be like David and stop blaming everything around us. Our choices are our decisions. Plain and simple.
So often we think the concept of eternal life is only a New Testament concept. I’ve talked about it before, and I’ll say it again – it’s all over the Old Testament, especially in the Psalms. David talked about men whose satisfaction and treasure was here – in this life. He contrasted that with his vision of contentment . . .
13 Arise, O LORD! Confront him, subdue him! Deliver my soul from the wicked by your sword,
14 from men by your hand, O LORD, from men of the world whose portion is in this life. You fill their womb with treasure; they are satisfied with children, and they leave their abundance to their infants.
15 As for me, I shall behold your face in righteousness; when I awake, I shall be satisfied with your likeness.
David’s portion was with God. He understood that this life offers nothing. He had an eternal perspective. Do you?