The entirety of Your word is truth, and all Your righteous judgments endure forever.
You reject all who stray from Your statutes, for their deceit is a lie.
The Bible we hold in our hands is the Word of God and it is inerrant (trustworthy). God’s Word today is under attack. Demons are convincing people that the Bibles we have today have errors, putting doubts in their minds. The scriptures make us more like Christ which in turn clothes us with the full armor of God to protect us from the schemes and tactics of Satan. God’s Word builds our trust in Jesus Christ and strengthens our faith so when the enemy comes to destroy our faith it won’t be able to make a dent according to Matthew 7:24-25. How does one stray or reject God’s Word? By claiming it contains errors. The Word is God who came to earth and became a man in the person of Jesus Christ so that we may have His Word to seek His face and do His will, for His Word is indestructible as stated in 1 Peter 1:22-25, “22 By obedience to the truth, having purified yourselves for sincere love of the brothers, love one another earnestly from a pure heart, 23 since you have been born again—not of perishable seed but of imperishable—through the living and enduring word of God. 24 For All flesh is like grass, and all its glory like a flower of the grass. The grass withers, and the flower falls, 25 but the word of the Lord endures forever. And this is the word that was preached as the gospel to you.
Anyone who comes to you and tries to convince you that the Bible has errors, remember that behind that person is a demon wanting to disarm your trust in scripture so he can have access to your life to destroy your faith in Jesus. Satan tempted Jesus in the wilderness to make Him sin to corrupt Him which was impossible for Jesus cannot sin. The logic is if Satan tried to corrupt Jesus in the wilderness and failed and Jesus is the Word, how can he put errors (corrupting the message) in all the Bibles we have today? To say that the Bibles has errors is to say Jesus sinned in the wilderness. To deny inerrancy is to deny Jesus’ perfection.