Where do you stand on this phrase?
A fact is a thing that is known to be true. If you disbelieve it, that does not make it untrue. A fact is something that actually exists. For instance, we know that the earth is round; insisting it is flat will not make it change its shape.
I can deny the existence of gravity but if I jump out of the 10tho floor of an office building, I will fall to earth. Gravity is a fact.
The Bible is full of facts. You disbelieving them does not make you right. Truth is truth.
He who answers a matter before he hears the facts—it is folly and shame to him. (Proverbs 18:13, AMPC)
But Jesus, aware of this, asked, why are you discussing among yourselves the fact that you have no bread? Oh, how little trust you have in Me, how little faith! (Matthew 16:8, AMPC)
Are you unmindful or actually ignorant of the fact that God’s kindness is intended to lead you to repent; to change your mind and inner man to accept God’s will? (Romans 2:4b, AMPC)
But the fact is that Christ, the Messiah has been raised from the dead, and He became the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep in death. (1 Corinthians 15:20, AMPC)
I could go on, but the fact is, friends, that the facts are truth. I ask you again. Where do you stand on this phrase?
You are entitled to your own opinion but not to your own facts. (Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan)
Prayer- God we thank you for the fact, the absolute truth, that everyone who believes, adheres to, trusts, and relies on the fact that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah is a born-again child of God; and everyone who loves the Father also loves the one born of Him (His offspring). Amen (From 1 John 5:1, AMPC)