The Whole Truth

  Everybody knows you do not have the complete story of anything until you have heard the whole truth. Just part of the story can make you believe just the opposite of what really is the truth about it. This is vital in our search for God's truth in the Bible. We must take it all. We are not allowed to pick and choose what we want or like.

  Many will take a passage or two about some subject and presume to know God's mind on that subject without considering everything God has said. God does not contradict himself but all the information He gives must be weighed together. Unless we do this we will very likely be misled and come to wrong conclusions. This is a major fault among religious people.

  Remember this point when you do your next study.