If God didn’t command it, then why are we doing it? If God commanded it, then why aren’t we obeying it? If God spoke nothing of it, why are we speaking it? If God spoke it, then why aren’t we preaching it? If God condemned it, then why don’t we? If God didn’t condemn it, why should we? When we do the which God commanded, and no more, shall we not be rewarded? And if we do that which God didn’t command, shall we not be punished? Then why would we dare, to do less or more, than that which God commanded us? When we learn to not go beyond that which was written in the scriptures, then, and only then, do we begin to understand the knowledge of God. Go by the Book, and stick to the strait and narrow.
Deut 4:2; Deut 5:32; Deut 12:32; Deut 28:14; Prov 4:27; Prov 30:6; Eccl 3:14; Act 4:19,20; Act 5:29; 1 Pet 4:11; Rev 22:18,19; 1 Cor 4:6; Rom 11:22; Mt 7:13,14