Chacha. iBoogie. Mamma. Whozat. Duckduckgo. Know what these are? They are just a few of the many, many search engines on the internet. Of course we know all the familiar ones like Google and Yahoo. They’re such a quick and convenient way of finding information. We’ve even added a new verb to the English language, “google.” When we find some knowledge on the internet, we say, “I googled it.” So…what if you google the word “God.” Well, you would get over 1.8 billion hits! Wow! But, all the information you read would not be true. A lot would be opinion. Some true, some part-true, some false.
If there were a search engine in the Bible…hmmm, what would that be called? Godhoo? Biboogie? Whatever. If you searched the word “God,” everything you read would be true. That’s one of the unique things about the Bible. Maybe, that’s why every year it’s the most sold book in the world. It’s hard to tell what’s true and what isn’t in our world. Do you ever, when you see something on the internet or tv, think: “Oh yeah? How do YOU know that’s true?!” And, you don’t really believe that information. Not so with the Bible. It’s true.
As you open your laptop today or turn on your tv…when you come in contact with all that misinformation. Isn’t it nice to know there is a source in our world that always tells it straight up true. The Bible.
All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true. 2 Timothy 3