In the June 24, 1931, issue of the Pentecostal Herald, there is a statement from Reverend John Wesley that is worth repeating and then remembering. In my reading I have not seen anything that covers so much territory in so few words. Here is the statement: “I beg leave to give a short, clear, strong argument for the divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. The Bible must be the invention of good men or angels, of bad men or devils, or of God. First, it could not be the invention of good men or angels, for they neither would nor could write a book and tell lies all the time they were writing it, saying, ‘Thus saith the Lord,’ when it was their own invention. Second, it could not be the invention of bad men or devils, for they could not make a book, which commands all duty, forbids all sin and condemns their own souls to hell for all eternity. Third, therefore, I draw the conclusion that the Bible must be given by divine inspiration.”
Robinson, Reuben A. (Bud). The Collected Works of 'Uncle Bud' Robinson. Jawbone Digital. Kindle Edition.