Salvation and Full Salvation The Way of Eternal Life God’s Incarnation The Bible and God Knowing the Voice of God Three Stages of God's Work Judgment of the Last Days The True Way Has Always Been Persecuted About the Names of God The True Meaning of Rapture The Age of Grace and Age of Kingdom God's Work and Man's Work Knowing Christ Knowing God God Has Descended to China God's Church and Religion Discerning the Pharisees The Trinity Interpretation Truth and Doctrines Doing the Will of God
  • 20 Types of Gospel Truths
    • Salvation and Full Salvation
    • The Way of Eternal Life
    • God’s Incarnation
    • The Bible and God
    • Knowing the Voice of God
    • Three Stages of God's Work
    • Judgment of the Last Days
    • The True Way Has Always Been Persecuted
    • About the Names of God
    • The True Meaning of Rapture
    • The Age of Grace and Age of Kingdom
    • God's Work and Man's Work
    • Knowing Christ
    • Knowing God
    • God Has Descended to China
    • God's Church and Religion
    • Discerning the Pharisees
    • The Trinity Interpretation
    • Truth and Doctrines
    • Doing the Will of God
The Bible and God

The Bible is only a record of God’s two stages of work in the Age of Law and the Age of Grace; it is not a record of the entirety of God’s work

Everyone who has read the Bible knows that it documents the two stages of God’s work during the Age of Law and the Age of Grace. The Old Testament chronicles the history of Israel and Jehovah’s work from the time of creation until the end of the Age of Law. The New Testament records Jesus’ work on earth, which is in the Four Gospels, as well as the work of Paul; are they not historical records? …

The religious world believes that all scripture was inspired by God and that it is all the words of God; how should one have discernment toward this statement?

Today, people believe the Bible is God, and that God is the Bible. So, too, do they believe that all the words of the Bible were the only words God spoke, and that they were all said by God. Those who believe in God even think that although all of the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testament were written by people, they were all given by inspiration of God, and a record of the utterances of the Holy Spirit. This is the erroneous interpretation of people, and it does not completely accord with the facts.

The Bible was compiled by man, not by God; the Bible cannot represent God

After all, which is greater: God or the Bible? Why must God’s work be according to the Bible? Could it be that God has no right to exceed the Bible? Can God not depart from the Bible and do other work?...You should know which came first, God or the Bible! Being the Lord of the Sabbath, could He not also be the Lord of the Bible?