This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
Have you ever wondered about all the different teachings of churches? Some people think that such is OK, regardless of the differences taught by churches. But seriously just think for a moment—how can that be so? Here is the Catholic church, and over there is the Methodist church. The Mormons try to convert in the neighborhood, and the Jehovah's Witnesses do the same. The Baptists invite people to their revival, and the Presbyterians invite people to their bingo game. Two different minds could both be wrong, but there is no way they can both be right.
It is very important that men be in the right church, because if he is in the wrong church, he will end up in the ditch (Matthew 15:1–14). The only way to avoid being wrong is to make sure that you are following God's word (John 17:17). The saints in Bible times had to know the word and by knowing the scriptures they were able to tell false doctrines from the truth (1 John 4:1–5, Revelation 2:2, Acts 17:11–12, John 7:17, John 8:31–32). Far too many people aren't studying the Bible—they are what they are because it has always been their family's faith, or the church building is majestic, or it has plenty of single men or women, etc. It's time to be your own priest, take out the Bible, study it, and let it guide you; rather than trying to make it fit your life. Can we be of help to you in knowing what the Bible teaches and not what man may believe?
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