The Word of God is sure, it is strong and unyielding. Here in the Old Testament, we see how God rose up prophets to be His witnesses and keep His covenant people accountable. Most often, the prophets were given messages of strong warning or judgment because the people were not keeping their covenant with God. Today, and in our recent past, there are many who have claimed to have the Word of God for individuals and nations, much like the Old Testament prophets. It is crucial for us to remember that today we have the example of Jesus Christ written for us in the New Testament. As Christ followers, we also have the Holy Spirit dwelling with us. We must look to God and His recorded words in the Bible as our authority first, weighing what others say against its timeless truths. We must resist the temptation to put man’s words above God’s. This is the very sin of Northern Israel that the prophet Jehu brings against Baasha the king of Israel. He had followed the ways of Jeroboam rather than God. We learn about it in 1 Kings 16.
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