With Just A Word

1 11 2006

“Prove to me in one sentence that this Bible can be trusted.” Struggling with the reliability of God’s Word, the King of Prussia challenged his chaplain.

The chaplain responded, “I don’t need a sentence. I just need a word.”

“What is this word that carries such weight of proof?” said the king.

“The word is ‘Israel’.”

The wise chaplain knew the preservation of the people of Israel even in the midst of their rebellion and unbelief proved that God could be trusted to keep His promises to believers. If God said it, He’ll do it.

–Chuck Swindoll
“Insights” Newsletter, October 2006 Issue

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