Monday, September 13, 2010

A Watch and A Bible

There is an old saying I heard years ago that says, "A man with a watch knows what time it is.  A man with two watches is never sure."

So what does this have to do with the Holy Bible?  Everything.  You see, apostates teach that there is no infallible, inspired, preserved copy of the word of God available on the planet today.  They teach you need to read multiple versions and somewhere in between you will find the meaning.  But to any clear thinking person on planet Earth with the brains of a gnat can see, the aforementioned statement is sheer stupidity when you take into account that one of the lies told by these same men are that all the versions really say the same thing.  If they all really say the same thing why do I need to read more than one version?  Why not just read one version over and over?  If you have a watch with the correct time (as the modern version apostates use the King James Bible as the standard for their classic "no doctrines are changed" lie) why do I need to wear a second one, or a third, etc.?

You see if you wear more than one watch, both with different times, there will come an instance when you need a definitive answer as to the time.  So what must you do?  You must go ask a person; making, by default, a man the final authority.  Isn't that the doctrine of the Nicolaitans, the thing our Lord hates?

The conclusion of the matter is this: get yourself a watch that is known to have the correct time and discern the times and seasons by it; not by the pawn shop dealers trying to sell you a knock-off that isn't even ticking.  Amen.


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