Question 5: I believe that all scripture is inspired by God! The words of Paul cannot be wrong! Since you differentiate the words of God and the words of man in the Bible so clearly, then how does one distinguish which are God’s words and which are man’s words?

Answer: Anyone who has read the Bible, as long as they have normal thinking, can see clearly which words in the Bible are God’s words and which are man’s words. It’s just that most people have been misled by Paul’s statement that “All scripture is given by inspiration of God.” Actually, in the entire Bible, only the words of Jehovah God, the words of God conveyed by the prophets, the words of the Lord Jesus, the words of the Holy Spirit, and the words God revealed to John in Revelation come directly from God and are God’s words. Apart from these, those biographies of man and letters of apostles are all words of man. They only represent their personal experiences and insights, not God’s words, and moreover cannot be said to be the word of God! Because of Paul’s statement that “All scripture is given by inspiration of God,” religious pastors and elders have determined that all words in the Bible are God’s words and regarded man’s words in the Bible as God’s words. In their work and sermons, they only focus on preaching and exalting man’s words, but don’t communicate or bear witness to God’s words. They use man’s words to replace God's words, which is completely abandoning God’s commandments. The substance of this is serious! It has led to the entire religious world only worshiping man’s words in the Bible and getting away from God’s words, only paying attention to following man’s words but abandoning God’s words. Is this not falling for Satan’s deception? As a result, when Almighty God came to do His judgment work of the last days and express the truth to save mankind, people stubbornly held on to the Bible due to the deception of these fallacies, rejecting, condemning and resisting the work of Almighty God in the last days. This is concrete evidence of the religious Pharisees’ resistance to God and also a clear symbol of their hypocrisy.

Excerpted from the movie script of Break Through the Snare

Previous: Question 4: Religious pastors and elders often explain the words of man in the Bible, especially the words of Paul, rather than spread the words of the Lord or discuss the intentions of the Lord Jesus. This is a fact. But there is still something I don’t understand. Isn’t all scripture inspired by God? Isn’t everything in the Bible the word of God? Why do you have to distinguish the words of man and the words of God in the Bible so clearly? Aren’t all the words of man in the Bible inspired by God?

Next: Question 6: I don’t agree with what you’ve said! Belief in God is belief in the Bible. Moving away from the Bible is not believing in God!

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Question 3: No matter what, pastors and elders all preach based on the Bible. Isn’t explaining the Bible and making people hold on to the Bible exalting and bearing witness to the Lord? Is it wrong for pastors and elders to explain the Bible? How could you say they are hypocritical Pharisees?

Almighty God says, “Look at the leaders of every denomination and sect. They are all arrogant and self-right, and they interpret the Bible out of context and according to their own imagination. They all rely on gifts and erudition to do their work. If they were incapable of preaching anything, would those people follow them? They do, after all, possess some learning, and can speak a little of doctrine, or know how to win over others and how to use some artifices, through which they have brought people before themselves and have deceived them. ”

Question 2: You say Paul’s words are not the truth. Then why are his words in the Bible? Paul’s words are written in the Bible. Therefore, they were inspired by God; they represent God’s words. We should pursue them!

Almighty God says, “… Paul’s letters in the New Testament to the churches were not the revelation of the Holy Spirit, nor words directly from the Holy Spirit; they were simply Paul’s exhortation, consolation, and encouragement to the churches during the time he worked, as well as a record of much work done by him. … Everything he said that edified others and had a positive effect was correct, but his words did not represent the words of the Holy Spirit, and did not represent God."

Question 1: I have studied the Bible for more than 20 years. I can be certain that there is no word of God outside of the Bible. All of God’s word is in the Bible. Anything that violates or goes beyond the Bible is heresy and fallacy!

Almighty God says. “In Jesus’ day, He led the Jews and all those who followed Him according to the work of the Holy Spirit in Him. He did not look to the Bible for evidence, but spoke as His work dictated. He did not concern Himself with what the Bible said, did not lead His followers down a path found in the Bible. From the very beginning, He preached the way of repentance, and the word ‘repentance’ was not mentioned at all in all the prophecies in the Old Testament."

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