Solid Bread, LLC was started with a passion to teach the truth of God’s Word – every part of it, as it was divinely inspired to be understood.
The rules were simple. First, teach what is there. Don’t pretend the Bible is not saying what it IS saying.
Second, don’t teach what is NOT there. Don’t force a passage to say something it really doesn’t.
And – number three, if the Bible states it plainly, we should too. Political correctness has seldom been an ally of truth or of any sound doctrine.
We need to chew.
Paul lamented in 1 Corinthians 3:2 that the young believers he was writing to were “….not yet ready for solid food.” He said they needed “milk” instead. While many Christians today would rather sip their doctrines through a straw, the Bible makes the point in Hebrews 5:12 we should be striving for “solid food.”
God’s Word points to the person and work of Jesus Christ who called Himself the “Bread of life” (John 6:35, 48). It’s figurative language – just like “solid food” is – that Jesus used to describe Himself as the sole source of spiritual renewal. This “Bread of life” is found only in salvation by the blood of Jesus Christ.
We need to think.
This is the good news of the Gospel, and while the Gospel is glimpsed in every book of the Bible, it is not always revealed in every passage of the Scriptures. Acting like it is doesn’t serve the important message of the Gospel well, nor does it properly unpack all the other truth that God wants us to know.
We need to grow.
The best position is to treat each part of the Bible with equal respect. A responsible approach seeks to understand and accurately explain the divine intent of each portion. In 2 Timothy 3:16, we are reminded that “all Scripture” is profitable for our maturity in Christ and the conduct of our life. It’s the only right way to see it.