Finding truths on the internet is like finding the proverbial needle in the haystack. It is next to impossible unless you have a powerful magnet. What powerful magnet exists to help us find truths?
Do you hate lies, untruths, and misleading information? Are you one that cares and wants to know the truth? Do you hate to be fooled? Do you hate to be sold something that doesn’t deliver what was promised?
There is so much misleading information or misinformation on the internet and in the world that it isn’t even funny! I love to read. But unless it is science fictionor entertainment, I like to check things out. I like to know the truth, especially on things that have to do with health, spirituality, and life.
I don’t have a problem with anyone selling something. But please, sell me something I can use. Sell me something that will either add to my joy of living or something that has some kind of value. I don’t have a problem with anyone trying to make a buck but give me something that has the value of a buck or at least close to it. You may fool me once but don’t show up again.
Before you believe anything, do some research? The internet makes it easy to check things out. Check with reputable sources. Find trustworthy sources. Get to the bottom of things. Don’t be fooled. Use your head. Do some thinking.
They say there is a sucker born every minute, but we don’t have to be one? There is so much misinformation out there but with a little work we can find the truth.
If you needed to find a needle in a haystack, a powerful magnet would attract the metallic needle and you would find the needle. Have you ever thought of the Bible
The Bible itself tells us to scrutinize information.
1 John 4:1 (GNT) ”My dear friends, do not believe all who claim to have the Spirit, but test them to find out if the spirit they have comes from God. For many false prophets have gone out everywhere.”
1 Thessalonians 5:21 (GNT) “Put all things to the test: keep what is good.”
Gold like truth is very precious. Yet there is what is called fool’s gold or pyrite. It looks like precious, valuable gold but it is of little value. There is a simple test that one can use to tell the difference. One can scratch the nugget on a white ceramic tile. Fool’s gold leaves a greenish-black streak on the tile while real gold leaves a golden-yellow streak.
If one throws gold into a fire, it becomes even purer and more precious. Analyze, scrutinize all information, put it under fiery test by asking questions and one will see if they are being told the truth. Those who speak the truth, have nothing to hide, while liars have lots to hide and don’t like to be questioned.
So don’t be fooled, check things out and when you find the truth, hold on to it, for it is very precious, while lies are worthless and useless and of no value.