That’s what Psalm 11:8 has to say.
”But what does it mean?”
The verse also compares it to silver that is purified that often.
“Does that mean the Word was impure and had to be purified?”
“Well then, why does it go on to compare it to silver that has to be purified that many times to rid it of all impurities?”
It is not the process of purification that is under comparison.
“What then is?”
The product of the process!
“What do you mean?”
Simply this: as silver that is refined seven times over is said to be totally free from all impurities, so too are the Scriptures totally free from all error and harmful teaching.
The verse means that the Bible is wholly free from error and, therefore, is pure truth! When you turn to its pages, you must have this thought in mind and be willing to accept whatever it says as absolute truth!
“You might say that it is a sterling book then . . . ?”