Cafeteria-style dining is popular in the Deep South; it seems we have a hankering to choose. Luby's, Morrison's and Piccadilly top a list of popular cafeterias with selection as their specialty and speed as a drawing card.
Customers choose from a wide array of meats, vegetables and tasty deserts as they walk past inviting displays, pay the cashier, quickly take a seat at a table or booth, enjoy their meal and leave the premises filled and satisfied. Cafeteria style offers many advantages in dining.
We weigh the advantages when deciding where to eat out; Paul warns Timothy and all seekers of Biblical truth of disastrous results in cafeteria-style teaching. "The time will come when people will not listen to sound doctrine, but will follow their own desires and will collect for themselves more and more teachers who will tell them what they are itching to hear (2 Timothy 4:3 TEV)."
We can collect food offerings at a cafeteria, fill our trays and enjoy a satisfying meal; a collection of false teachers leads to confusion, sin and heartbreak. Our desires can be deceiving and lead us down a path of error to destruction. I want a tray filled with truth and testimony!
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