"We often take for granted the level of care and detail God took in bringing His Scripture into existence. He carefully selected His human authors. He brought them into the world in specific places and at strategic times. He raised them, each one differently, giving them unique experiences: Paul had world-class education and training; Peter and John were fishermen; Amos was a shepherd and a keeper of fig trees; Moses was a royal turned shepherd; David was a shepherd turned royal. It’s a remarkable collection of authors.
God used each one’s historical context, personality, and life experiences to reveal Himself to mankind. When you think about all of this detail and specificity, do you think God was any less careful or less intentional in how He arranged the sentences and paragraphs He had them write down? "