I submit and subject everything that I am and everything that I do to the Word of God. That is what Christianity is. We are to present ourselves as a living sacrifice to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It is through His Word that He exercises His authority over His church during this period of time we call the "Church age."
In the age to come Christ will rule and reign physically, personally, and literally over this earth and over His elect people. Until that time comes we are to obey the Word of God. We are to forsake any and everything that would stand in the way of our obedience to the Word of God.
The Word of God is to govern everything from our personal life, to our corporate worship, to who has oversight in the church and in the home, and everything in between.
This is why I am not part of any movement like the Word of Faith movement or the Jesus-Only Movement. This is why I am not a part of any "ism" like KJV Onlyism. I also reject and forsake any tradition that would stand in the way of me being in submission to the Word of God.
Even though I pastor a Baptist church it is not the Baptist tradition or the Baptist denomination that I submit to. In fact, anything that is "Baptist" is only worth following or adhering to if it is in submission to the Word of God.
We need to get back to the Word of God and do some serious exegesis of the text and conform our life and our churches to the Word of God. We have too many churches that do things because that is either "the way they have always done it" or "that is what our denomination does." Neither of those is reasons to not be submitted to the Word of God.
What is sad especially in KJV Only churches is that your allegiance to one particular Bible is of far greater importance than your personal sanctification or your actual obedience to the Word of God. What is even worse is that in a lot of KJV Only churches, the exclusive use of the KJV is a test of fellowship.
Further, we see in a lot of churches that engage in ecstatic and emotional experiences take those experiences and make them the determiner of truth and not the Word of God.
We need to get back to the Word of God.