Jesus and His Bible (4 of 5) by Stan Coffey
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Series: How Do We Know For Sure That The Bible Is God's Word?
This morning we are in our fourth lesson in this series "How Do We Know For Sure That The Bible Is God's Word." I know most of you have settle that long ago in your heart by faith, you accept that the Bible is God's Word, yet it is good for us to review some of the reasons and some of the ways that we know the Bible is God's Word.
I want us to focus our attention on Matthew 5:17-18. Today we are talking about "Jesus and His Bible." What was the attitude of Jesus toward the Bible? What did Jesus think about the Bible? What weight did Jesus give the Bible? Did Jesus use the Bible? Did Jesus teach the Bible? Did Jesus know the Bible? Did Jesus quote the Bible? Well, we are going to look at the new testament and see what Jesus' attitude was toward the Bible because if Jesus had the attitude toward the Bible that it was God's Word then certainly you and I would want to have the same attitude that Jesus had. If we believe that Jesus was God, that Jesus was God in human flesh, and then certainly that would be a very authoritative reason for us to believe that the Bible was the Word of God. If Jesus accepted the Bible as Scripture, if He accepted the Bible as the infallible Word of God, then we believe that Jesus was the Son of God, and then certainly you and I would want to agree with Jesus.
Matthew 5:17-18 "Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished."
I. JESUS AFFIRMED THE INFALLIBILITY OF SCRIPTURE
The Law of course was the Old Testament; the prophets were the Old Testament. He is referring to the Old Testament. Now we learned in previous lessons that the Old ...
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