The Divinely Ordered Path
in the Midst of the
Confusion in Christendom

It is a matter of deep concern to many Christians that there are so many different sects and denominations all professing to walk in the truth. It is obvious that they all cannot be right, so the question arises as to what "body" of Christians the believer should attach himself to. We would credit every believer with wishing to do what is pleasing to the Lord and he would therefore desire to know what form of worship or gathering would meet with His approval. He will also need to seek grace to be found in the divinely ordered path whatever that might involve. How can the Lord's mind be known in this respect, and who is competent to say when so many leaders disagree? In such a position it is important to recognize the
and resort to the Bible as our unquestionable authority. If men "speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them" Isaiah 8:20. We must not accept the word of men unless it is confirmed by the word of God, for God is infinitely greater than men. The Lord Himself said, "The Scripture cannot be broken" John 10:35. The Scriptures must therefore be accepted and bowed to in their entirety, for if we refuse any portion we throw doubt upon the whole. "All scripture is given by inspiration of God" 2 Timothy 3:16, whether written by Moses or Peter or Paul, or any other of the inspired writers. The Lord indicated the importance of accepting Moses' writings, (John 5:47) and Peter testified to the authority of Paul's writings, (2 Peter 3:15-16) giving them

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