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In a world filled with information and diverse beliefs, many Christians hold the Bible in the highest regard as the ultimate source of authority and guidance. But what distinguishes the Bible from other texts and teachings, and why is it considered so significant?

The Bible itself claims to be the inspired and preserved word of God, stating boldly that all scripture is given by inspiration of God and is valuable for doctrine, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness. This assertion forms the foundation of faith for millions of Christians worldwide.

The Unchanging Word of God: Why the Bible Is Our Final Authority

However, the doctrine of inspiration would be meaningless without the doctrine of preservation. It raises the question: What is the use of God inspiring His word if it can vanish, become corrupted, or change over time? The very purpose of inspiring scripture is to equip believers thoroughly, enabling them to engage in all good works.
In today’s world, to be fully prepared for all good works, one must have access to the scriptures, the inspired word of God. As the Bible reminds us, “Man does not live by bread alone but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.” Thus, if the Bible is indeed inspired by God, it must also be preserved by God for its inspiration to hold meaning in our lives today.
Within the Bible itself, we discover numerous promises of preservation. Jesus emphatically states, “Heaven and Earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.” This declaration emphasizes the enduring nature of God’s word. It is easier for heaven and earth to pass away than for one jot or one tittle (the smallest parts of the Hebrew alphabet) to pass from the law until all be fulfilled. These assurances provide a robust foundation for the belief in the ongoing preservation of the Bible.
So, which verses underscore the idea that the Bible teaches its preservation not only at the time of its delivery but also for all generations, including today? Proverbs serves as a reminder that “every word of God is pure,” and those who trust in Him find Him to be a shield. It also issues a warning against adding to His words, lest one be found a liar.
In a world characterized by constant change and uncertainty, the Bible’s unchanging nature stands as a beacon of hope and guidance for believers. Its inspiration and preservation are not mere historical concepts but living truths that continue to impact the lives of individuals and communities worldwide. The Bible’s enduring message remains a source of strength and wisdom for those who seek to live according to God’s word.