The Sufficiency of Scripture: Psalm 19:7–9

The Sufficiency of Scripture: Psalm 19:7–9

When accompanied by the ministry of the Holy Spirit, the Bible is entirely able to accomplish all that God desires to do upon the earth (Is 55:10–11). It is clearly seen in Psalm 19:7–9, where we find dix descriptions of His Word –– “perfect,” “sure,” “right,” “pure,” “clean,” “true” –– along with the effects . . .

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The Convicting Power of Scripture

The Convicting Power of Scripture

The Scripture possesses divine power to convict human hearts, exposing sin and revealing one’s true need for God and grace. “Convict” refers to the judicial act of indicting one who has broken the law with a view toward sentencing them. The idea of conviction pictures a courtroom scene in which the guilty are accused before a judge and justly condemned. So it is with the ministry of . . . 

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The Truth

The Truth

What is truth? This cynical question raised by Pilate, when Jesus Christ stood trial before him, exposed his own secular worldview. He lived in a world in which absolute truth does not exist. Pilate’s dismissive voice spoke with disdain. He sneered in mockery, angry that Christ dared to speak with truth. Though he looked straight into the face of the Incarnate Truth, he could not

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