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The Father of Jesus-Christ

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§ 13 Now, we believe the Bible to be God's infallible Word. We believe that It is the entire revelation of Jesus Christ, revealing Himself in the Old Testament by the prophets; God making Hisself known through His Son Christ Jesus, and in Him dwelt the Fullness of the Godhead bodily. He was crucified for our sins, died, buried, rose the third day, ascended into heaven, and is back here again in the Name of the--in the form of the Holy Spirit, God dwelling one time, God above us in Christ, God with us; now God in us. It's God working His way back into man, to worship, be worshipped through man, God's agency. God does nothing outside of a man being His agent, His helper.


§ 135 Now, we find out then that an angel would preach anything else besides what's come to--already been said in the Bible, let him be cursed. Nobody can--can't do that; it must be just exactly the way It said.
And again we read in Revelations 22:18 and 19: "If any man will add one word to This or take one word from It, God will take his part out of the Book of Life." That's right. God will take his part, though he be a minister, whatever he may be, and his word--his name is wrote on the Book of Life, God said, "I'll just rub it right off (That's right.) if he adds one thing to It or takes one word from It." That's how infallible God has made His Word. See? You can add to the church or take from the church; don't you add to that Word or take from It, 'cause God will take the name right off the Book of Life. And that's--you're finished then. See? You can't add to It or take from It. It's just exactly what...
It needs no interpreter, for the Bible said that God does His own interpreting of the Bible. "It's of no private interpretation," said Peter. All right.
And all the Scripture is Divinely given, Divinely set in order; and the whole thing is a revelation of Jesus Christ, the New and Old Testament, where they foretold of Him coming, what He would do when He got here, and what He would do in this age to come. So that makes Him the same yesterday, today, and forever. See? Like in Hebrews there when Paul wrote it, He's God, Jesus Christ yesterday of the Old Testament. He's Jesus Christ today, manifested in the flesh, and He's Jesus Christ forever in the Spirit to come (See, see?), same yesterday, today, and forever. And He ever lives to make His Word live what It said It would do for that age. He is alive. He was alive in the Old Testament, manifested.

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