I think it is important to respond to the Lord by faith.
I think it is important to believe without seeing.
I think it is important to love God, others and myself.
I think it is important to forgive others.
However, it is does not matter one mouse hair what I think is important. Because I interrupt what I think is important, then it is important to me. I put my slant, edge, prejudice and emphasis to what I think is important. That’s normal. What really matters is the clear, simple, obvious content in scripture.
Others may do textual criticism, language study and analysis and comparative exegesis, hyper and simple hermeneutics, (the four major types of hermeneutics: the literal, moral, allegorical, and anagogical. Literal interpretation asserts that a biblical text is to be interpreted according to the “plain meaning” conveyed by its grammatical construction and historical context.)
D. A. Carson, scholar and professor states: “nothing we believe to be doctrinally true, and nothing we are commanded to do, is in any way jeopardized by the variants. This is true for any textual tradition. The interpretation of individual passages may well be called in question; but never is a doctrine affected.”
I think that is important.
“This is the work of God, that you believe in him whom he has sent.” Jesus