By Desi Najera, Jr.
(1Timothy 1:3) "As I urged you when I was going to Macedonia, remain at Ephesus so that you may charge certain persons not to teach any different doctrine,"
Paul was emphatic about doctrine. Why? He knew that without solid, biblical doctrine that the Church was powerless and that all ministry would be for nothing. We should be encouraged as pastors, teachers and small group leaders to make a doctrinal stance. Know what you know and ask God to reveal to you what you don't know. Like a good friend of mine says, "It's bad enough I didn't know what I didn't know!" Bad doctrine leads to the commitment to a false Jesus.
Here are some key ways to find out if you are siting under false doctrine:
It is time that the Church rise up and come back to the true simple Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is worth defending and discovering for "it is the power of God unto salvation!" (Ro. 1:16)