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Several warnings which need to be heeded when interpreting words and phrases

Before stating several more rules which should direct the expositor, particularly those which relate more directly to the interpretation of words and phrases, let us mention several warnings which need to be heeded. 192 more words

Arthur W. Pink

TEACHING THURSDAY

Welcome to another post in the category of posts entitled, TEACHING THURSDAY.’ Lord willing, about once a month or so, on Thursdays, I will be posting either a video, an article, or some form of teaching  in which a *Biblically sound teacher *(Biblically sound because what they say and teach lines up with the truth of God’s Word,  Acts 17:11) will either… 1,311 more words
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Every word in scripture has been selected by Divine wisdom and positioned with unerring precision

God’s Word then is made up of words, and each one in it is selected by Divine wisdom and positioned with unerring precision. It therefore behooves us to spare no pains in seeking to ascertain the exact meaning of each of its terms and most diligently to scrutinize the exact order in which they are placed, for the right understanding of a passage turns first upon our obtaining a correct understanding of its language. 29 more words

Arthur W. Pink

The Lord Jesus repeatedly laid stress on the fact that Holy Writ is of Divine origin and verbally inspired

The Lord Jesus repeatedly laid stress on this aspect of the Truth. When making known to His disciples the fundamental requirements of their receiving answers to prayer, He said, 90 more words

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The expositor of scripture must keep in mind that the words of Holy Writ are of Divine origin and are verbally inspired

IT is of first importance that the expositor should constantly bear in mind that not only are the substance and the sentiments expressed in Holy Writ of Divine origin, but that the whole of its contents are verbally inspired. 181 more words

Arthur W. Pink

God has supplied us with an unerring standard by which we may test every exercise of our reason upon His Word, namely the Analogy of Faith

God has supplied us with an unerring standard by which we may test every exercise of our reason upon His Word, namely the Analogy of Faith. 180 more words

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While the faculty of reason is vastly superior to our bodily senses nevertheless, it is greatly inferior to faith

While the faculty of reason is vastly superior to our bodily senses (distinguishing man from and elevating him above the animals), it is greatly inferior to faith (the gift of God to His people), and that, in turn, to the Holy Spirit —upon whom we are dependent for the directing of the one and the strengthening of the other. 169 more words

Arthur W. Pink