Answers: God’s Word is Complete
The Old and New Testament is complete and the written Word of God. We know that it is true. God guided and inspired men to write the words that He wanted to share. This week, learn more about what it means that God’s Word is complete.
Daily prayer and memory: 2 Timothy 3:16-17
Monday, Feb 12
Read John 14:25-26. How does this promise of Jesus to His disciples increase our trust in the reliability of the Gospel accounts? What is Jesus referring to when he says “while I am still with you”? (Check out vs 28 for clarification.) What is the main point of this passage?
Tuesday, Feb 13
Read Matthew 7:24-29. What is Jesus teaching us in the story? What do the rain, streams, and wind represent? How can you build your house on the rock?
Wednesday, Feb 14
Read Deuteronomy 4:2, 12:32; Proverbs 30:5-6; & Revelation 22:18-19. How seriously does God take tampering with His Word?
Thursday, Feb 15
Read Ephesians 2:19-21. If the foundation of the church has already been laid by the apostles and prophets, with Jesus as the chief cornerstone, should we expect future additions to God’s Word? Why or why not?
Friday, Feb 16
Read John 21:24. Why should we believe the testimony of John in his Gospel account?
Saturday, Feb 17
Read Joshua 24:15 & 2 Timothy 3:16. Is the verse in Joshua true in your home? What are the purposes of the Bible? What do these different purposes mean? How are we all someone that needs to be trained? Why?