Grayscale

Ezekiel 18:20 The soul that sinneth, it shall die. The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father, neither shall the father bear the iniquity of the son: the righteousness of the righteous shall be upon him, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon him.

If you have ever fooled around with digital photography editing software you know that there are many options and neat effects that you can obtain by applying them to your photos. Some of these include changing your photo to different hues, to appear older, monochromatic or maybe even tinted. One of my favorite it black and white; I just love the subtleties that come through in a black and white photo and the timeless look of them. Something I learned real quick though was there is a great difference in “black and white” and “grayscale”: Grayscale gives you the subtle tones of shades of black and white that you think of in terms of a black and white photo, whereas the “black and white” option looks more like a coloring book picture with no shading, only solid back and solid white areas.

The world today wants to apply the grayscale option to God’s Word. In their fleshly wisdom, they want to interpret the Bible on their own terms, in their own ways, effectively making an idol out of Scripture.

Friends, there is no gray in the Bible. And we as heirs of the King are obliged to speak and say so. Each one is accountable to God Himself and will someday have to answer for what we have done. If God called it sin, be it in Genesis or Revelation, it still is today; God nor His Word ever changes.

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