📅 Believing the whole Scripture – Daily Bible Reading


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July 19, 2022

Today’s reading: John 5:46-47

Believing the whole Scripture

We read in John 5:46-47:

46 For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me; for he wrote about Me. 47 But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe My words?”

It’s quite astonishing to me how some people claim to be Christians but don’t believe the entire Bible.

I personally know one, a cousin of mine. She’s a Catholic. She told my father that she believes in God, but doesn’t believe that Noah’s flood actually happened. She further mentioned that there are stories in the bible that shouldn’t be taken literally.

Well, my cousin isn’t alone in her belief. There are a lot of self-proclaimed Christians who believe in God but not His written, inspired word.

In the mortal days of Yahshua, a lot of the Pharisees only believe what they want to believe. When they read something that supported the Messiahship of Yahshua, they stopped believing the Scripture.

Today, the majority of Jews are also like that. They were blinded and still, waiting for their Messiah.

The Bible clearly tells that the Scripture is the inspired Word of Yahweh. You can say one part is true while the others are false. We can’t have a God who speaks the truth in one place and errors in other places.

It’s either you believe the Bible as a whole or not. There’s no middle ground.


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