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God used a variety of means to reveal Himself to these writers. Moses heard from God directly on Mt. Sinai (Ex 20:1). The Lord said to Isaiah, “I have put My words in your mouth” (Is 51:16). Daniel and others saw visions from God (Dn 7:1). Jesus promised His official ambassadors, the apostles, that the Spirit would guide them into all truth (Jn 16:13). One apostle described the process like this: “No prophecy ever came by the will of man; instead, moved by the Holy Spirit, men spoke from God” (2 Pt 1:21).
The representation aspect of mankind as God's likeness means that to the animal world (and the rest of the created order), man has a Godlike role. This function of humanity's rule over the creation has continued since mankind's fall into sin, although often in a distorted way. For example, the only “God” that pets or wildlife experience is their master or tamer. REFLECTION: How essential is it to believe that every human life bears God's image? How does knowing that you bear His image affect your connection to Him?
Jesus promised His official ambassadors, the apostles, that the Spirit would guide them into all truth (Jn 16:13). One apostle described the process like this: “No prophecy ever came by the will of man; instead, moved by the Holy Spirit, men spoke from God” (2 Pt 1:21). Inspiration also included such ordinary things as historical research. Luke, for example, introduced his Gospel with the note that he had “carefully investigated everything from the very first” (Lk 1:3). Thus, on one hand, we refer to the inspired writers of Scripture.
52 Words Every Christian Should Know by Kendell H. Easley