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It means you treat him as if he's right even when he isn't.
When I worked as a waitress, I served a number of people who were demanding and irritable. They definitely weren't always right, but I had to act as if they were.
Fortunately, when we serve God, we never have to fake it.
"The LORD is righteous in all his ways and faithful in all he does."
The Bible is full of absolute statements about God's unfailing love (Psalm 33:5) and His flawless Word (Pslam 12:6). And these absolutes are not like the world's fake absolutes.
We can say "the Lord is always right" with the absolute assurance that it means "the Lord is always right."
But this is the question we should ask ourselves: do we live like we believe this?
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