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Is the Bible Enough?

There has been an attack in subtle ways and in non-subtle ways against the sufficiency of Scripture. At the core of this argument is, "Is the Bible sufficient to handle all matters of life?" including issues in counseling, church ministry, discipleship, conflict, relationships, and the like. There is no issue that the Bible is not able to sufficiently handle, by way of imp...

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Is the Bible Enough for Teaching Us to Pray?

In our current blog post series, we have been asking the question, "Is the Bible sufficient?" This week we are going to look at how God's Word teaches us to pray. The Bible is our guidebook on prayer. It tells us how to pray and what to pray for. Notice how detailed the Bible is about the what and how of prayer: Colossians 4:2, "Devote yourself to prayer, keeping alert in...

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Is the Bible Enough for Worship?

"We will not have Jesus Christ at the center of our church services if we do not have his Word at the center. It is the Word of God that brought the Church of God into existence, and it is the ministry of the Word of God that is the wellspring and center of the church's life. The church in its local manifestation is the group of people who assemble around the ministry of t...

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Is the Bible Enough for Counseling?

Where were Christians before Freud? Up a tree? Were they bereft of all crucial knowledge about man's relationship to God and his neighbor? Was the church's counseling a hopeless, primitive, stone-age activity that should have disappeared with flint knives? This seems to be the attitude today in the church of Jesus Christ, as the Word of God is replaced with secular psychol...

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