Table of Contents
What does the Bible say about its truth?
Christ Jesus said, “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32). In fact, the definition of truth in “Harper’s Bible Dictionary” includes the statement that “God is truth.” And this is how He is understood in Christian Science, the Science by which Jesus healed.
Why is truth important in the Bible?
Jesus says simply, “let your word be yes or no; anything more than this comes from the evil one.” Give an earnest yes or no, and then diligently hold to that. Truth is extremely important for both matters of the world (everyday life) as well as for religious life and Christian character.
What does the Bible say about voices in your head?
From the cloud a voice is heard: “This is my Son, the Beloved; listen to him!” (Mark 9:7), “This is my Son, the Beloved; with him I am well pleased; listen to him!” (Matthew 17:5), and “This is my Son, my Chosen; listen to him!” (Luke 9:35) After the voice has spoken, the disciples find themselves alone with Jesus.
Does the Bible say it’s true?
The Bible Claims to Be True Inerrant and infallible are two theological words often applied to the Bible. Jesus also proclaimed that the Bible is true: Sanctify them by the truth; your word is truth (John 17:17). Finally, the concept of God’s Word being true points back to the idea that the Bible is, well, God’s Word.
Why is honesty important in the Bible?
God’s Desire While your honesty level is a reflection of your character, it is also a way to show your faith. In the Bible, God made honesty one of his commandments. Since God cannot lie, He sets the example for all of His people. It is God’s desire that we follow that example in all that we do.
Which version of the Bible is accurate?
Here’s one good way to start. The KJV and NIV are both fine translations, but it’s good to understand where each may have its place. You can gain a lot by watching Allen Parr discuss the source material for all of today’s English translations of the Bible. What is this?