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What To Believe and How To Behave.

Let me tell you about something important. As a Christian, the Bible is the only book I will ever need to know and understand what to Believe and how to Behave. This is because the Bible is the sole authority that guides us in all aspects of our lives.

You see, the Bible is sufficient to guide us for every problem we may face in life. That means we can find answers in God's Word no matter what we're going through.

Let me give you some examples from the Bible that support this. Psalm 19:7-11 says that the law of the Lord is perfect and trustworthy, providing wisdom to the simple. The commandments of the Lord are correct, and they guide us to live our best lives.

Proverbs 30:5-6 also tells us that every word of God is flawless, and we can trust in Him completely. This means that we can rely on God's Word to provide us with the knowledge and guidance we need to make the right decisions.

Similarly, Colossians 2:8 explains that we should be cautious when listening to others who claim to have knowledge that goes against what the Bible teaches. We should always ensure that what we're being taught aligns with Scripture.

II Timothy 3:16-17 tells us that all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and righteousness training. This means that every part of the Bible is essential and valuable to us.

Finally, in Hebrews 4:12 and II Peter 1:2-4, the Bible is described as a sharp sword and a guide to godliness. This shows us that the Bible is powerful and effective at guiding us in the right direction.

So you see, the Bible is the only book we need to know how to live our lives entirely as God wants us to. Its teachings are trustworthy, flawless, and sufficient to guide us through any problem.

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