Psalm 119:160 (NKJV)
If you are putting a puzzle together, you will need all of the pieces to complete the puzzle and see the result of the complete picture. But what if you were missing a piece, or you used a piece from another puzzle, would you be able to complete the correct picture? You need all of the puzzle pieces from the puzzle you are working on to complete that picture. You may have a piece from another puzzle that you like, but it does not belong and it may not fit with the puzzle you are working on.
The Bible is God's Word, and God gave us His Word to help us. God did not give us bullet points or a top ten list of important things, He gave us the entire Bible containing what we refer to as sixty-six books. These writings tell us things we need to know, and give us some great examples of how we can apply Bible truth in our life. But if we only use our ten favorite verses, or even our ten favorite books of the Bible, are we sure we have the whole truth of God's Word on any given subject?
While we cannot build any doctrine or belief on one verse of Scripture, we also cannot ignore one verse of Scripture, it all must fit together. Often, I have heard people share something that they believe, but while they may even use Bible verses to prove their point, I find that they are ignoring other verses. We need a view of Scripture based on the entire Word of God, or it is like we are missing pieces in a puzzle. We need all of Scripture to have a correct view of every Bible topic.