this material, we will examine the last of seven principles proving Divine
protection over Scripture - God's Prime Directive.
Remember, man cannot be trusted with the greatest message of all time. In order to be sure of God's message, always let the Bible interpret the Bible. Use it in your personal Bible study. Test every preacher, teacher, and church leader by it. Filter all doctrines through it. Let the Bible speak for itself!
Calvinists who mock the need for Scripture referencing often challenge me online and imply that I am obsessed with quoting the Bible. One Calvinist even posted the following equation "Human wisdom > God's word."
I have two emotions when I see their mockery:
The final principle from God's preservation of Scripture is the prime directive found in Matthew 28:18-20 (above), otherwise known as the Great Commission.
Before leaving the planet, Jesus gave His followers an assignment to work on while He was away. He commissioned us to go into all the world and acknowledge that only He has "authority" as we train "disciples" in the principles that He "commanded." Without providential protection of that resource, all three of those assignments would be impossible.
The prime directive of Matthew 28:18-20 demands that the message of Scripture is providentially preserved, otherwise, fulfillment of "The Great Commission" is impossible. In order to be sure of God's message, always let the Bible interpret the Bible.
In this study, we have looked at 7 important principles of the Divine preservation of Scripture.
Yes, you can trust in the Divine preservation of the inspired Word. Trust in it for your personal Bible study. Use it to test every preacher, teacher, and church leader. Believe that it is capable of filtering out all false doctrines.
Man cannot be trusted with the greatest message of all time. In order to be sure of God's message, always let the Bible interpret the Bible.
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