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John 10:35  (King James Version)

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John 10:35

Jesus is engaged in a discussion in which He is accused of blaspheming God. He uses this scripture, quoting from Psalm 82:6, to support His assertion that He is the Son of God. That verse cannot be declared to be irrelevant; it carries the weight and authority of God because He inspired it. God's Word is truth; what He says is true. We cannot simply discard it because we disagree with it. If we do, we are, in effect calling God a liar.

John W. Ritenbaugh
Revelation 2-3 and Works

John 10:35

How clear! It was so clear that those who were challenging Him could not answer Him. "The Scripture cannot be broken" means God's Word is indestructible, no matter how fallible men may regard it. In this case, Jesus means that the Old Testament is inspired, infallible, and authoritative. The New Testament is every bit as authoritative and reliable as the Old, as the same God inspired it for the same overall purpose!

John W. Ritenbaugh
Is the Christian Required to Do Works? (Part One)

Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing John 10:35:

Matthew 11:12
John 3:8
Romans 6:1-2
Galatians 2:16
Ephesians 1:13-14
Revelation 6:10


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