Sincerity is a good thing. It often speaks of character and moral fiber. When you speak, it’s important to speak with authenticity. Being “real” and genuine is huge. No question about it. But there’s a caution. Sincerity does not equal truth. Some of the greatest communicators of all time have spoken with sincerity and they have been completely wrong.
We live in a time where whoever “seems” the most sincere, must be right. For example, I can be absolutely “sincere” and even passionate about giving a friend needed medicine, but could inadvertently give him poison instead. No amount of sincerity will trump truth. Truth always wins in the end.
Proverbs 14:12 “There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end, it leads to death.”