(By Bert Farias) I remember as a child, learning to float on my back in the water at a beach we frequented in the summertime. After floating for a few minutes I’d look around and realize I had drifted quite a distance from where I first started. The gentle motion of the ocean waves had caused me to drift. I find this concept to be true in the Christian life as well. There is a spiritual drifting that occurs when we don’t maintain a strong and close communion with the Lord and feed on the full counsel of His Word.

You will begin accepting what popular elevated teachers in the Christian marketplace teach you instead of what the Bible actually says. It will become easier for you to swallow erroneous teachings – fables, fads, and popular trends in Christendom. And worse of all, you’ll slip into sin, worldliness, and compromise a little at a time, and before you know it, you’ll be flirting with darkness and activities that you never thought you would engage in again. The writer of Hebrews exhorts us: CONTINUE