In this time of situational ethics and variable facts, you’ll hear people talk about their truth. This is my truth, or that is your truth. Apparently, it changes from person to person and with circumstances. Your truth is different from my truth and that’s just fine. We all have our own truth.
Is this true? At the end of Pilate’s interrogation of Jesus in John 18, Pilate asked, “What is truth?” It seems no one knows, even today. And a lot of folks don’t let the facts get in the way. If you believe in your own truth, maybe you are fooling yourself. Most will say they mean they have their own story and experiences but talking about their own truth seems indicative of how much our society has strayed from the absolutes of God.
Jesus called himself the way, the life and the truth (John 14:16). He is the only one who could talk about his truth and be telling the truth. Jesus is the only real truth, the truth that leads to eternal life.