As a believer, and someone who has had the opportunity to study Christian theology at Wheaton College, I want to express great conviction for what Mr. Gomes seemed to hint at and then stated quite firmly at the end. It rang true with me, so I thought I would bring it up for further thought. He states that ministers must be "servants of the word," which holds a great implication. It seems Mr. Gomes is saying that we should be so against using scripture in a way that is not true, that we should pray fervently against it. I think I would quite possibly be correct in assuming that we as born-again believers in Christ are a lot more likely as a whole to misuse or misinterpret scriptures, knowingly or not, than those who do not know the scriptures as we do. A passage comes to mind which I would like to share. Proverbs 27:17 reads, "Iron sharpens iron, So one man sharpens another." I pray that we may sharpen each other up when we discuss the scriptures in the presence of the Holy Spirit.