The more we delve into Scripture, the more depth we discover. It’s an amazing journey!
To have God as Father means to love Jesus Christ and find a permanent place in our hearts for his word, Jn 8.37, 42.
We have long maintained the Bible as authority. May we be as sure of the Bible as power for transformation and service.
The Bible alone, we say, is sufficient. No other creed or book is needed. Many others make the same claim, but it is not always believed. May we believe and defend it.
The biblical writers declared where their messages originated from. “What follows is divine revelation” Mal 1.1a.
Comparing the church of God to denominations abandons his Word as the standard and model—the equivalent of Israel wanting to be like the nations.
The evangelical emphasis on seeking to know God’s will in all life’s details, to hit the bulls-eye of his will, leads one to seek God’s will in prayer, when in fact all of God’s will is revealed in Scripture. Prayer is for submitting to God’s will.