I don’t like snakes. I don’t like the slithering, hissing, cold-blooded, beady-eyed creatures. They give me the willeys, the creeps, the shivers and quivers. How about you? The Israelites didn’t like snakes either. As the million-man-march made its way through Sinai’s wilderness, they grumbled. I can almost hear their whining. “Moses! Why have you led us up from Egypt to die in the wilderness? There is no bread or water, and we detest this wretched food!” (Numbers 21:5, CSB).
The Bible is inspired, infallible, inerrant, and authoritative. Either believe it all, or don’t believe it at all. It’s not logical to accept the story of Jesus’ resurrection, while rejecting the truth of His virgin birth. It’s not a cafeteria system where we pick and choose. Believe it all or reject it all. Jesus believed it. He was a teacher who quoted Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms. He believed the Bible... all of it. One of the great proofs of Biblical inspiration and