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This will have a similar page on a website (it is buggy right now), because I can do more features there than on the limitations here, but for here, here is the topic - and supporting verse addresses:

The Bible is God's revelation to mankind

Mat 4:4, 7, 105:19-2019:4-626:31, 52-54Luk 4:16-2116:1718:31-3322:3724:25-27, 45-47, Jn 10:35

Even Jesus must obey and fulfill Mat 5:17-1826:24Jn 5:46

Inspired by God and for our instruction Psa 33:6Gen 1:2, II Tim 3:15-17, Rom 15:4, I Cor 10:11, II Pet 1:21, I Pet 1:10-12, Heb 1:5-13, 3:7, 4:3, 10:5-7, 15-17, Acts 4:25, 28:25-27

Apostolic writing is also scripture, the word of God II Cor 2:12-13, II Pet 3:15-16, I Tim 5:18, Luke 10:7

Word of God is instruction from God on how to live Ex 32:15-16, 34:1, 27-28, Num 33:2, Deut 31:9.

Everyone from rulers to common folk are to be obedient to the Bible. Josh 1:7-8, II Ki 17:13, 22:8-13, I Chr 22:12-13, Neh 8, Ps 119

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8 hours ago, Omegaman 3.0 said:

This will have a similar page on a website (it is buggy right now), because I can do more features there than on the limitations here, but for here, here is the topic - and supporting verse addresses:

The Bible is God's revelation to mankind

Mat 4:4, 7, 105:19-2019:4-626:31, 52-54Luk 4:16-2116:1718:31-3322:3724:25-27, 45-47, Jn 10:35

Even Jesus must obey and fulfill Mat 5:17-1826:24Jn 5:46

Inspired by God and for our instruction Psa 33:6Gen 1:2, II Tim 3:15-17, Rom 15:4, I Cor 10:11, II Pet 1:21, I Pet 1:10-12, Heb 1:5-13, 3:7, 4:3, 10:5-7, 15-17, Acts 4:25, 28:25-27

Apostolic writing is also scripture, the word of God II Cor 2:12-13, II Pet 3:15-16, I Tim 5:18, Luke 10:7

Word of God is instruction from God on how to live Ex 32:15-16, 34:1, 27-28, Num 33:2, Deut 31:9.

Everyone from rulers to common folk are to be obedient to the Bible. Josh 1:7-8, II Ki 17:13, 22:8-13, I Chr 22:12-13, Neh 8, Ps 119

Thanks for this will look at later :)

 

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On 8/14/2019 at 8:56 AM, Amanda Frances said:

Thanks for this will look at later :)

Good deal Amanda, but be careful that you don't fall behind, I added another, you never know, it might become a thing with me here? ;) 

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