“The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever.”
Praise the Lord for this promise that He will preserve His Word! Without this promise, we would not have the Word of God today. But thanks be to God that He has continued to preserve and protect the Scriptures so that we can have Them. Many people gave their lives so that we could have our Bible today.
What if you were not privileged to have a copy of God’s Word?
There are many people across the world that do not have access to their own Bible. We in America most likely have several Copies, and yet we forsake to open and read It every day. What a pity that is when millions of people are praying for their own copy of God’s Word. As we pray for labourers, we should also pray for those who do not have a Bible to receive one.
With the promise that God has preserved His Word, we have even more evidence that there is only one True Word of God. As bookstores and websites contain countless versions does this not lead to confusion when we seek to find God’s Preserved and Inspired Word?
We find in I Corinthians 14:33, “God is not the author of confusion…” This tells us that the confusion in the world today over the correct Bible to use did not come from God. The god of this world has blinded the eyes and minds of those that may have a form of godliness, but deny the power thereof. When Satan approached Eve in the garden, his first subtle tactic was to question the very Word of God. He asked Eve, “Yea, hath God said…” From the Garden of Eden the Truth of God’s Word has been questioned.
Do you question the Word of God today? Within It’s pages you will find the answer to every problem you face. Seek the Lord through His Word, and thank Him for preserving It throughout the ages so that you could have your own Bible.
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