Lazaroo – Friday, March 6, 2009

4 comments, Mar 06, 2009

“I myself have carefully investigated everything from the beginning.” (Luke 1:3)

I can’t thank You enough for Luke’s shining integrity, Jesus – to know that when he drew up his account of Your Life, he went the extra mile to make certain every fact was checked and every story was true.

You know I’m staking everything on the absolute reliability of the Bible. It means so much to me to catch these glimpses of rock-solid character in the lives of those You appointed to this sacred task.

But ultimately, my confidence is not in the painstaking honesty of Your apostles and prophets. You’ve declared that when they sat down to write, You breathed Your Own Word into them and through them.

I believe You!

As I open my Bible, I love knowing I’m not reading their words.

I’m reading Yours!



Romans 3:4, 9:1; Psalms 119:89, 114; 2 Timothy 3:16-17; 1 Peter 1:10-12, 20-21

What is Lazaroo?

Take Me Deeper

Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. NIV®. Copyright© 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved.

4 responses so far.

  1. Steve Says:

    “…the author is God and He has the power and authority to take care of His Word and see to it that His children get access…” – Jeff, I’m with you all the way. What’s more, most of the “textual criticism” leveled against the Bible that was so in vogue a few years back has itself been discredited. When all else falls…God’s Word stands.

  2. Steve Says:

    Bonnie – you were the reason we made those verses clickable again! It was Jeff Heck’s idea to give you that benefit. Sorry I was so slow to catch on to what you and Jeff realized was a real help.

  3. Bonnie Says:

    Thanks for making the Bible verses so easy to click on and have in front of instantly. Thanks for all the other resources included daily. On days when I have extra time, I spend a good amount of time on this site.

  4. Jeff Says:

    Sometimes I marvel at those who scrutinize the writings of Scripture. This author wrote about accounts too many years after the events to be accurate, one might say. Another states that scholars cannot be sure that the author is who we think he is. When considering that the author is God and that He has the power and authority to take care of His Word and see to it that His children get access, it really doesn’t matter who or when any of it was written, does it? Some Christians can easily confess that the resurrection is real, but have trouble believing that God can preserve His Word. That, to me, makes no sense.

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