1. There is a Word that reveals God's standard for living like Jesus did until He attained the victory called our Faith. That Word is the key to truly understanding the sayings and parables of our Lord Jesus.
That Word is called the Word of Righteousness.
(Rom. 1:16-17, 1Jn. 5:4, Heb. 5:13)
2. There is a Word that makes up the main content (or meat) of the New Testament. That Word helps those who have believed in Jesus to gradually know Him as the Christ. *That Word is called the Word of Righteousness.
(Eph. 1:15, 1Tim. 2:4, 2Tim. 1:12).
3. There is a Word that satisfies the hunger for more* than what the elementary (basic) faith can give the soul of a believer. That Word helps us see that there is more to life than our natural needs being met. That Word is called the Word of Righteousness.
(Isa. 28:9-10, Luke 12:15/22-31, Heb. 5:13)
4. There is a Word that should be received —firstly— via the consistent and skillful teaching of Pauline epistles. That Word promises to help us uncover how to keep coming over sin (this world) and; thereby, lose our sense of sinning. That Word is called the Word of Righteousness.
(Col. 1:27-28, 2Pet. 3:15, Acts 26:18)
5. The Word of Righteousness is a pure teaching that aims at remitting sins from our soul, so we can gain entrance into the Kingdom of Christ and, thereby, be prepared for the Kingdom of God. Through it, we are washed/cleansed and we ultimately receive the sprinkling of His blood.
(Acts 26:18, Eph. 5:5e/26, Eze. 36:24-25, 1Pet. 1:2)
6. The seed of the sower is the Word that firstly equips us for victory over this world. It is the Word that unveils the Faith we must hold unto until we arrive in the season where our souls would be made whole (or perfected); even as we receive the things of God. And that Word is called the Word of Righteousness.
(Acts 26:18, 1Tim. 3:9, 1Pet. 1:9).
7. There is a Word that promises to bring not only natural blessings to us in more graceful ways; but also prepares us to depart from iniquity, so we can arrive in an ultimate season where we would be trained to hate iniquity. That Word is called the Word of Righteousness.
(Matt. 6:31-33, 2Tim. 2:19, Heb. 1:9)