GOD'S CREDIBILITY BY STEVE FINNELL
God's credibility is not predicated by a vote of confidence by the majority. God does not need to have His truth validated by the masses. The Bible and the Bible alone is God's truth to mankind. No creed book, Bible commentary, nor congregational church vote is needed to affirm God's credibility.
The entire population of the world disbelieved God when He told them if they ate from the tree in the middle of the garden or touched it, that they would die. (Genesis 3:4)
Adam and Eve died even though the majority opinion was in their favor. God's truth was not voided because the total population of the world disbelieved it.
Mark 16:16 He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.
Jesus said he who has believed shall be saved. The vast majority of the world disbelieves that. The majority opinion does not invalidate the words of Jesus.
Jesus said he who has been baptized shall be saved. The majority of the world believes water baptism is not essential in order for men to be saved. Majority opinion is not necessary to affirm, establish, or validate the words of Jesus Christ.
God's credibility does not depend on the majority of the world's population to confirm, validate, endorse, nor corroborate His truth.
GOD'S WORD IS FOUND IN THE BIBLE AND THE BIBLE ALONE. The truth in the Bible is not subject to affirmation by a majority vote.