The title pretty much says it all. If you worship a particular ideology, you will become like it. If you worship an icon of society like a political figure, you will become like that person. If you worship the truth, you become like the truth. But which truth are you talking about because in our world there are supposedly multiple truths?
First of all, let us define truth. According to Webster’s dictionary truth is “that which accords with fact or reality”. For example, a math problem has one answer that is true not several answers. In other words, there are not multiple truths but only one.
Now, we must decide where the truth resides. Does it reside in politically correct philosophies, some religious dogma or in the Bible? They can’t all be true as Webster pointed out. In fact, in many ways they contradict each other, so there is no way they can all be true.
Two thousand years ago Jesus came to earth and fulfilled numerous prophecies of the Old Testament written hundreds of years before. In addition, historians like Josephus attest to the truth of the New Testament. Today you can go to Israel and walk where Jesus walked and visit churches on many of the prominent sites of the Old and New Testament.
Now, you can try and deny the facts of the preceding paragraph, but in the end there is no getting around them, and what is listed there is only the tip of the iceberg. If what I have stated above is true(and it is quite easy to verify), then it is time to set aside the false and embrace biblical truth and place our worship where it belongs.