Re: Chapters and Verses of the Bible
"There's not another piece of literature written anywhere that can do that.
And mathematically, and geographically, in every way, there's not a Book
in the Bible wrote like the Bible... There's not a book in the world, I mean,
wrote like the Bible. There's nothing. The pneumatics of the Bible is
perfectly in harmony; just even chapters, and punctuations, and everything,
is perfect. Not another book; you couldn't read a chapter out of it without
crossing itself back. But there's not one cross-up in the entire Bible.
And was wrote by many, many, many people; and hundreds, and hundreds,
and hundreds of years apart. Not knowing one piece; one wrote It here,
and one wrote It here, and one wrote It over here. When It was all formed
together, It made God's Bible. And not one contradicts the other one, and,
no, not mathematics, geographics. Anything else of the Bible, everything,
pneumatic, everything runs perfectly together. That isn't inspired, I don't know,
what will you call inspiration? I'm so glad for the blessed, old Bible.
16 Some of them said, "Are you a Catholic? Protestant?"
I said, "Neither one. I believe the Bible." That's right. I believe the Bible,
Oh, my! I say, the Scripture is mathematically inspired. I say, the Scripture is,
and in every way, inspired. The mathematics of the Bible are perfect.
But if you get off the mathematics, you'll have, in your picture,
a cow picking grass in top of a tree.
So, it won't--it won't look right. See?
Stay in the mathematics, you see, of the Bible,
then you place it out right." - William M. Branham