Sermons

January 10, 2021

What Is the Bible, and How Should We Treat It?

Andy Naselli (North Campus) | 2 Timothy 3:16

Sermon notes to come.

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.—2 Timothy 3:16

Outline

1. What Is the Bible?
  1. The Bible is God-breathed (inspired).
  2. The Bible is entirely true—without error (inerrant) and incapable of error (infallible).
  3. The Bible is our final authority (sola Scriptura).
  4. The Bible is enough (sufficient).
  5. The Bible is understandable (clarity).
  6. The Bible is essential to know God (necessity).
  7. Response to Three Popular Objections
2. How Should We Treat the Bible?
  1. Believe the Bible.
  2. Love the Bible.
  3. Submit to and obey the Bible.
  4. Be grateful for the Bible.
  5. Read the Bible humbly.
  6. Read the Bible carefully and prayerfully.
  7. Read the Bible routinely.
Excuse 1: “I don’t have time to read the Bible.”
Excuse 2: “I don’t feel like reading the Bible.”
Four Suggestions to Add Bible Reading Into Your Routine
 
Conclusion

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