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The best way of life

Updated on November 6, 2011

A happy life

Today I am a Granny with 7 grandchildren. I have been married to the love of my life and am now a widow.

One single thing that has helped me more than anything in my whole life is the Bible. I found that God wants us to be happy and the laws and principles in the Bible are just perfect to make a good living.

In this world there are so many books with methods, so many different ways of suggestions, and so many “good” advises. What to think? Which ones are the best? I can tell you from experiences – the ones in the book The Bible! Since I not always lived according to Gods ways, I know both sides and have experiences enough for you.

I would love to share my thoughts, experiences and quotations from the Bible that I know.

You have nothing to loose and all to win by following the Bible’s advices. They come from somebody that wants us to live a good life. They come from our Creator.

In this fantastic book there are advises about: Marriage, Family, Children, Work, Money, Religion, Sicknesses, Stress, Hope and Faith

The secret with the Bible is that you cannot pick the parts or verses you like and skip the others. You must follow them all! The Bible is never contradicting itself. It is also always in line with your own conscience. Sometimes the advices seem so simple and short, you wonder if this can really work. But it always does. They are timeless and wise.

We must also remember that this world is full of books written by imperfect humans. So quite often the advices you find in them are contradicting with the Bible. In all those cases, just try the Bible and see what happens. Because in there is the very best way of life for you.

We can also learn:

Why is there so much suffering in the world?

What will happen to this earth?

What happens when we die?

Will we ever see the dead loved ones again?

What is the best way of life?

Does God approve of all religions?

Where is Jesus Christ today?

Why did Jesus die?

And much more

Do want to know what the Bible teach?

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      Kenneth Avery 6 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama


      irenemaria . . .LOVED this hub. Voted up and all but funny. Great read, well-written and wonderful presentation. I am now a follower. And I invite you to follow me and if you want a good chuckle, look at my hubs. Thanks to you. Sincerely, Kenneth Avery, from a rural town, Hamilton, in northwest Alabama that looks like Mayberry on the Andy Griffith Show. Peace to you and a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

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      irenemaria 6 years ago from Sweden

      Hellerstedt - God would NEVER use ache and pain to bring us closer to either Him or his son! James: "No one, when tempted, should say, ‘I am being tempted by God’; for God cannot be tempted by evil and he himself tempts no one".

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      Hellerstedt 6 years ago from Wisconsin

      God does, indeed, want us, believers, to live a happy life. But that does not mean we get everything we want. Often times, it means we go through heart ache and pain to bring us to closer faith in Jesus Christ. The Bible is not an advise book, but God's word to bring the world to repentance through Jesus Christ. Keep up the good work!

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      Brenda Barnes 6 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      I agree with you irenemaria. God's Word and the Holy Spirit have changed my life completely. As I grow ever more knowledgeable of the Bible, I love it immensely. The stories, injunctions and commands in there are so interesting. Thank you for sharing your love of the Word and how it has impacted your own life.

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      Jezelangel 6 years ago from Cebu City, Philippines

      It made me strong and live a new life that happier than before.