2 Timothy 3:16-17 All Scriputure is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It straightens us out and teaches us to do what is right. It is God's way of preparing us in every way, fully equipped for every good thing God wants us to do. (Life Application)
God is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The trinity. God sent His son to save us. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that He gave His only son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish by have eternal life. (Life Application)
I believe in a nutshell the Bible prophesies the coming of our Savior in the Old Testament and the promise of eternal life, in the New Testament, if we choose to believe in Him. It also helps us to understand what God wants from us, and what He will do for us. The Bible tells us that God loves us, and maybe if we start paying attention to God, we, our country, this world, would be better off and not so scary.
The message of the Bible in a nutshell is that God loves you. He loves you so much that He came to earth to die for your sins so that you can spend eternity with Him in heaven and have an abundant life with Him now, on earth. All you have to do is to receive Him.
in a nut shell, the message of the bible is life given message. jesus said the words that i tell you are life.
My Dear Sweet Friends,
Simply put, the entire bible, if condensed unto one word, that Word wouldest be LOVE.
The Royal Commandments art that we shall LOVE God, and LOVE all our neighbors. That was the Old Testament. In the New, Jesus said, " I leave you a new commandment, that ye shall LOVE one another as I have LOVED you. Jesus' LOVE was great, or greatest. For there is no greater LOVE than this, that a man wouldest give his life for his friend.
LOVE with as much as ye canst, regardless!
From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible's message is God's salvation plan for man through His Son, Jesus Christ and the finished work of His redeeming blood on the cross at Calvary.
In a nut shell..
God created man, man fell, God sent his son to redeem man. The redeemed will have everlasting life.
In a nutshell . . .
God loves you.
God is merciful.
God is faithful.
God has Amazing Grace.
God desires a relationship with you.
If you accept Jesus as your Savior, you will have an eternal relationship with God.
Same thing I tell my kids all the time, "everything you are going through I have been through it". Unfortunately wisdom is learned not thought that is why we make the same mistakes in life over and over.
by ii3rittles 6 years ago
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by Captain Redbeard 3 years ago
I just read a post from someone stating that Christianity is based on the Bible which stands to reason, "If Christianity is based off the bible then that means it would have never come to furition since the book would never have been written because no Christian would have existed before...
by loveofnight 5 years ago
The bible was written by the hand of man, how can we prove it's the word of God ?
by AdsenseStrategies 5 years ago
Is it more important to study the Bible or to live a Christlike life?I am asking this because I see a huge amount of debate about doctrine, evolution, stem cells, premarital sex and so on, out there in US society, yet I feel convinced that, if Jesus lived today, he would not be engaging in these...
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 5 years ago
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by Disappearinghead 3 years ago
If a doctrine or belief that is taught by the Church today was unknown to the 1st century Apostolic Church, is it a valid doctrine? Is it inspired by God, or is it a false manmade doctrine?
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