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“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:” (2 Timothy 3:16)

When President Ronald Reagan introduced the information super highway, which is better known at the WWW (world wide web), I’m sure experts never dreamed we would have what we have today. My first computer, a Tandy from Radio Shack, was used to play a few games and make a few notes for my Sunday school class and for the youth group that I was a minister to at the time. Now, it’s no longer a Tandy computer with floppy discs and little permanent memory – I now have a laptop, a smart phone, a Surface Pro, and an iPad, all having the information needed at any and all times, day or night.

The internet has become the major source for information. Students are doing their research via the computer and ministers are doing much of their study as well. If you need information, just Google the question and the answer is at your finger tip. Easy access makes it convenient but not all information on the internet is trustworthy. The information read on the internet is only as reliable as the source of the information.

But, when it comes to the Bible you can be sure the source is reliable. We are told that all information is inspired by God (God-breathed). The words of scripture are the words of God Himself. I am not saying that the scriptures were dictated by God word by word. I am saying that those who spoke for God were under the leadership of the Holy Spirit.

The writers of scripture were the recording devices. Yet, their personalities and vocabulary ring throughout the words. But the Holy Spirit’s ministry guaranteed that they would write only what God wanted to be recorded.  Other books may contain wisdom and even convey truth, but only the Bible speaks with God’s full authority. It deserves our trust. It deserves our attention. More than that: it demands our obedience.

Dig into the Word. Allow His story to become your story. By the way, the Bible is on all my devices.

Bro Larry