Today, many people have drifting from the Holy Scriptures becuase they are embracing human traditions as their spiritual  guide (Mat 15:9). Others have erroneously turned to personal  feelings and  opinions to determine what the truth of salvation in Christ is (Acts 17:11, Pro. 14:12). However, the Bible is  inspired of God; it contains the sure word of prophecy for men of all generations (2Pet 1:17-21).  Notice what the Bible says :

“All scripture is given by the inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instructions in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works” (2Timothy 3:16).

In the first century, men heard the truth of  the Bible.  They learnt that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God (John 20:30,31, Mat 16:16, Acts 2:36-37). As one would expect, the responses toward that message caused mix  emotions. For instance, some  received it joyfully because the message   impacted their lives (John 1:11-13). On the other hand, for skeptics and unbelievers, it  has fueled their anger and hostility against the followers of Christ. Unbelievable but true, devoted men and women of all races have paid an enormous price for their faith in Jesus (Rev. 6:9-10).

Nevertheless, the joy of witnessing the transforming power of Christ, which lies profoundly in the gospel, energizes all believers to study the scriptures daily and to share their findings with the world, that is, Jesus Christ, a man approved of God,  born of a virgin and hanged on a cruel cross, stands ready to save all men from sin  (Acts. 2:23-24; 7:51ff; 17:11, John 5:39, Matthew 1:2023). Today, it is those truths that form the main components of the glorious gospel of Christ. Through inspiration, the apostle Paul wrote these compelling words:

"For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth, to the Jew first and also to the Greek..." (Romans 1:16).

Indeed, we do not ask that you believe everything that we say; we do not pretend to know everything either, who does? All we ask of you is that you consider the truth that is penned in the sacred pages of God's word. If you  exert the  effort to study the Bible, to love it and to apply its principles to your life, then your understanding of God’s plan, concerning salvation in Christ, will increase (2Tim 2:15; 3:15, 2Peter 3:18). Let us know if there is anything  we can do to assist you!