Tuesday, November 1, 2016



(KJV.)  II TIMOTHY 3:16-17

(16)  All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine,  for reproof,  for correction,  for instruction in righteousness.
(17)  That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.


Brethren, in this twenty-first century, there are still unbelievers, who dispute the authenticity of the scriptures;  whether they are true words of our Father, the genuineness of its narratives, prophecies, and revelations;  but the only way to discern the scriptures, is to read the entire books, from the old testaments, Genesis through Revelation;  take the time, to analyze the narratives, from beginning to the end, how all the books intertwine, points out one major factor, Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, that he was with the Father during creation of all things, within the center of it all;  when sin entered into the world, he came from heaven to earth in the form of the flesh, minister words of the kingdom, to enlighten the hearts of men to turn from darkness into his lights; at the end of his ministration, he suffered for the sins he did not commit, crucified, buried, but resurrected from the tomb after three days, ascended into heaven, and seated at the right hand of the Father, as an advocate for humanity; and he is coming back again the second time to bring believers unto eternal lives.

Many times, sceptics, with doubtful minds, who take the time to read the scriptures out of curiosities, transform from unbelieving to believing the scriptures at the end of their research;  at times, sceptics hold on to their unbelieving statuses, but deep down within their innermost spirits, they assimilated the truthfulness of matters; that the scriptures are not fantasies, carnally minded recordings, but are factual, genuine, authentic narratives of our Father, put together by holy men and women under the influence of the Holy Spirit:  therefore, let us not take this book of life for granted, but read it every day to receive guidances from the Holy Spirit, good health, victories over enemy forces, and eternal blessings:  the question is, what is the intended purposes of the scriptures?  the answer to the question refers to the above text;  (a)  All scripture is given by the inspiration of our Father,  true or false? the answer is, of course, true!  believers, if we have not question ourselves yet to know the answer to this question;  there is another way to find out if the scripture is authentic;  let us experiment this, starting from today, read the scriptures every day, from Genesis through Revelations; as we read along, the Holy Spirit the teacher, will reveal himself through his words, teach us the meanings of what we read, give us the full understandings to know truthfulness matters, lighten up our spiritual eyes to discern things of the spirits;  (b)  and its profitable for doctrine:  the scriptures, are tools designed as beliefs or tenets to physiologically, and theologically teach issues pertaining to the kingdom of heaven; it is also,  (c)  for reproofs, for correction, for instruction in his righteousness:  therefore, let us not cast away certain parts of the scriptures, call it unfruitful, but endeavor to teach the basic truth, rebuke ungodliness of this present times, correct and encourage one another with love, and respect for one another:  though there is one religion from our Father, one body of Christ;  there are many religious organizations that have their own formal ways of worships and teaching of the scriptures;  regardless, the bottom line is, to have faith in our Father, through Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, walk in his righteousness, have salvation, free grace, and life everlasting.

Dearly beloved, the scriptures are truthful words of our Father, given to lighten the spirits of men, to discern the truthfulness of matters concerning the statutes of our Father, his attributes, purposes for humanity, through Jesus Christ, salvation, and eternal life;  also, to equip, transform, strengthen his servants to do his good works, for his glorification;  therefore, it is important, to read the scriptures, receive the benefits given to the spirits; and delight ourselves in his words until the end of our days. Amen and Amen!


(KJV.)  I Timothy 6:11  But thou,  O man of God,  flee these things; and follow after righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness.