I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about the Word, its conception, and where it has stood throughout history. I’ve thought about what it meant when Jesus, Himself, spoke of “the Scriptures” and what it means today when believers talk about it.
In the past, I have studied every version that has been written thus far, including the textus receptus and other ancient versions that most people have never even heard of.
I’ve looked into the “Lost Books,” as they are called, including The Book of Enoch. I’ve delved into the writings of Josephus, Ignatius, and Brother Laurence.
And still, one thing remains true.
The Scripture are infallible. There are no contradictions.
Merriam Webster defines infallible as: “incapable of error in defining doctrines touching faith or morals.”
The only question is, are we willing to study the hard things and admit that we might be wrong, or not?
I’m so deeply and humbly thankful that I was willing. And the Truth I found cannot be upbraided from my being, nor my walk with Jesus hindered because of naysayers.
I don’t know “about” Jesus.
Praise God, I KNOW HIM!