9 January 2010
Reigning in Life: The authority and sufficiency of scripture
About this book
From the very beginning, the battle between good and evil has been a battle for the truth. The serpent, in the Garden of Eden, began his temptation by questioning the truthfulness of God’s instruction; “Indeed, has God said you shall not eat from any tree of the garden?” (Genesis 3:1, 4-5). And this has been his tactic ever since - casting doubt on the straightforward revelation of God.
We are living in a time when the sufficiency of scripture is under assault. The move to psychology as a necessary component in solving man’s problems suggests that the Bible in itself is not enough. The search for methods, techniques, strategies used by the world’s economies and businesses to apply in building the church all seem to imply that scripture itself is not sufficient for the life, growth and expansion of the church. When the church has to design its ministry around non-biblical things, it has abandoned its confidence in the word of God and thus has brought reproach upon God who Himself affirms the absolute sufficiency of His word.
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