Sorry to jump in here, but these questions have been on my mind...
Notice that it's speaking of "the Word of God". It does not say "the Bible", which didn't exist then. Do you think the author of the epistle that is the book of Hebrews was saying "My letter is the Word of God"?
Same thing, this time with Paul. What was "scripture" back then? Was Paul thinking that his own letters would become scripture? If so, why didn't he just say "All my letters are the words of God"?
Good point--- I did think of that as I read it but because of Gods sovereignty he would know that his words would be recorded and added to the ot writings of Moses and the prophets , correct?
What would you say is Gods word then? The conviction of the Holy Spirit?
Explain to me the other verse I quoted pleeeeease I'm not arguing I'm trying to learn btw
Edit- oops I see you did already --- yes I believe Pauls words were divinely inspired and that he knew it