Question 5: I believe that all scripture is divine revelation. Paul’s words can’t be wrong. Since you insist on such a clear distinction between God’s words and man’s words in the Bible, then how can we distinguish which words are the words of God and which are the words of man?
Answer: Those who read the Bible and have common sense can tell which words are God’s and which words are man’s. It’s simply that most are misled by Paul’s words, “All scripture is given by revelation of God….” The fact of the matter is that in the whole Bible only the words of Jehovah, God’s words conveyed by prophets, the Lord Jesus’ words, the Holy Spirit’s words, and words revealed to John in Revelation come directly from God. Those are God’s words. Outside of these, the other books, like the biographies and the apostles’ letters, are man’s words. They are just individual experiences and knowledge. They don’t represent God’s words, nor can they be considered God’s words. Based on the words of Paul that “all scripture is given by revelation of God,” religious pastors and elders claim the entire Bible is God’s word and they treat man’s words within it as God’s own. They focus mainly on preaching and exalting man’s words in their work and sermons. They seldom testify of God’s words. By replacing God’s words with man’s words, they have thrown God’s commandments away. This is a serious problem. As a consequence, the religious world worships man’s words in the Bible and stay away from God’s words. By closely following man’s words while ignoring those of God, haven’t they all fallen into Satan’s evil scheme? So, when Almighty God does the work of judgment and expresses the truth to save man, these people, who are deceived by these fallacies and cling to the Bible, reject, condemn, and resist Almighty God’s work of the last days. This is the conclusive proof of how the religious Pharisees resist God and the obvious mark of their hypocrisy.
from the movie script of Break Through the Snare