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Literal Power in the Word

Literal Power in the Word
John 15:1-14; 2 Timothy 3:14-17; Hebrews 4:11-16
February 23, 2020

God’s message in the Bible is plain, simple, _________________, full, comprehensive, and _______-sufficient. What the Scripture says, God says. What God says is literally ___________ and is to be received by us as truth itself. The Bible is _________________________ true, and speaks to the needs of human _______________.
A. Literal _________________________ in Scripture
1. God literally answers _________________.
2. God will ________________ His promises made to His people. 3. Jesus will literally ____________________.
4. God uses literal representations and ______________ of speech.
B. Literally _____________ Without Christ
1. There is a real __________________ and a ____________ Hell. 2. Those who do not have Jesus Christ as their Savior are _______.
C. God’s Word is __________-encompassing.
It teaches, _________________, and rebukes.
It has ____________________ power – 2 edged sword
a. ________________________ and converting
b. Condemning and ______________________
c. _________________ the nations in Revelation 19:15
d. The same word which is saving to the ___________________
is destroying to ________________________.
D. Truth is Everlastingly ______________________and Exclusive.
The ________________ of salvation – Acts 4:12
________________________
_____________________
_________________________
Ecclesiastical
a. Noah – there was no salvation _________________ the ark.
b. Moses and the Passover – there was no salvation except ___________________ the blood.
c. John 3:36; 1 John 5:10-13