All Truth – Part 5. The lesson on March 7, 2004 continues the series on All Truth, which is the title of a book written by J. Eustas Mills describing the final body of truth given in scripture. As Christians, we are requested to grown in the knowledge of Christ Jesus by studying His word. As a new born babe in Christ, we need to desire the sincere milk of the word, then as we grow we will be able to handle the meat of scripture. God progressively reveals truth in scripture and it’s up to us to study and learn when and who certain passages apply in order to rightly divide scripture. For example, in Genesis 1:29, God told Adam and Eve to eat a vegetarian diet, yet in Genesis 9:3, God told Noah to begin a carnivorous diet. Here is a simple example how something changed with a latter revelation. Another example is in John 16:13, when Jesus told the disciples that when the Spirit of Truth comes, He will guide them into all truth because it had not been revealed at that time. Even when it was later in the ministry of Jesus ( Luke 24:44) when He tells the disciples that there is no new revelation since the events that transpired was all foretold in the Old Testament in the law and the prophets. Neither was there anything new in the writings of Peter, James, John, and Jude. Even Paul had based his message on the law and prophets up until the end of Acts when he then closes with a declaration that the Gentiles would now be authorized to receive salvation. Now, for the first time, we see Paul talk about a new revelation in Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians. The final body of truth given in scripture has particular and specific attributes that apply to the body of Christ. Want to learn what is the riches of the glory of this mystery?