Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth

Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth

Much of today's confusion and division about what the Bible teaches need not be the case. God's Word clearly identifies two creations (heaven and earth) and God's eternal plan and purpose for each. Simply put: Understanding the differences (rightly dividing) between these creations is necessary if the Bible is to be understood.
  Part 1 - Confusion and Division   Matt Walker  
  Part 2 - Heaven and Earth   Matt Walker  
  Part 3 - Law and Grace   Matt Walker  
  Part 4 - Israel and The Church   Matt Walker  
  Part 5 - Physical and Spiritual   Matt Walker  
Right Division: What Difference Does It Make?
Many Bible critics attack the Bible by pointing out seeming errors and contradictions. To add, there is much disagreement among Christians regarding doctrines like water baptism, confession, prayer, the commandments (the law), and miraculous sign gifts. God is not the author of confusion. God's Word offers a solution to religious turmoil and ignorance in a simple command of "rightly dividing the word of truth." 2 Timothy 2:15. It can - and does - make a difference.
  Rightly Dividing Baptism   Paul VanDerHeide  
  Rightly Dividing Confession   Paul VanDerHeide  
  Rightly Dividing Prayer   Paul VanDerHeide  
  Rightly Dividing The Law   Paul VanDerHeide  
  Rightly Dividing The Sign Gifts   Paul VanDerHeide  

Fox River Bible Church Rightly Divides the Word of Truth.

"Study to shew thyself approved unto God,
a workman that needeth not to be ashamed,
rightly dividing the word of truth."
- 2 Timothy 2:15

Myles Coverdale, who in 1535 produced the first complete printed translation of the Bible into English wrote:

"It shall greatly help ye to understand the Scriptures
if thou mark not only what is spoken or written,
but of whom and to whom, with what words, at what time,
where, to what intent, with what circumstances,
considering what goeth before and what followeth after."

C.I. Scofield, editor of the world famous Scofield Reference Bible wrote,

"Like a beehive, the Scriptures contain a beauty
of organization not immediately apparent to the naked eye.
The order and divisions of God's Word are essential to it's purpose,
And can be discerned through careful study and examination."

It is clear that there are differences in the Bible and it is evident that those differences must be acknowledged properly - or "rightly." When we recognize these divisions and sections of the Bible then the Scriptures harmonize.

Thus the words: "rightly dividing the word of truth."

If you live in the western suburbs of Chicagoland and are wondering "where is a church that rightly divides near me?" - look no further. Fox River Bible Church is a church that rightly divides in South Elgin, IL.