In Romans 10:13-15, the Apostle Paul teaches us how men need to simply call upon the name of the Lord to be saved. He then asks an important and enlightening series of questions. How can men call upon the name of the Lord if they don’t believe in the Lord? How can men believe in the Lord if they’ve never heard about the Lord? How can they hear about the Lord without a preacher? And how can a preacher preach to them unless he is sent to them? It is a plain, but poignant point that the Apostle Paul pens; namely, that salvation is an impossibility in this world without the preaching of the Gospel within it.

In light of the above, how can anyone question the inestimable value of the Scripture? If there was no Bible there would be no Christians. Without the Word of God, there would be no children of God.