Do you follow the Bible to get the MOST out of life?
Or,do you just believe.
One day at a time....works best with accountability in small group just like the 12 disciples. Intimate and deep into the word.
I seek clarification to life's challenges in the Bible. The Holy Spirit showed me that everything I need to know is in the Bible.
I read the Bible and it greatly influences my life. I try to live out it's instruction whenever it is clear to me. When it's not, I ask for the answer from the God who lights it's pages. When I fail, I rest in the grace that covers failure.
I've read some of it and I've enjoyed it, I got quite a few laughs.
The Bible is God's word and a guide in life's journey.It speaks about the beginning of man ,God and the entire Universe . The heavens declare God's glory ;there is no speech nor language where their voice is not heard. (Ps 19) Its prophecies thus far have been fulfilled Messianic and Daniel .The Nebuchadnezzar's dream Daniel ch 2 -The Babylonian kingdom ,Medes- Persian ,the Greecian kingdom the Roman kingdom and the mixed kingdom.Forty different authors writing the books at different sites yet no contradiction exists.It contains the future of man ,warns him of the dangers of rejecting Christ, the man from Galilee,the historical evidences,which cannot be silenced, speaks about life after death, Christ's coming kingdom prophesied in Daniel Ch 2 the Millenium reign of Christ and Eternal life and death.Man is without excuse.It leaves Christians stupefied at the Love of God and His provisions.Apparently it provides us the entire guide to follow in life's journey .
I follow the Bible to keep in mind a list of stuff I'm not allowed to do. In effect, it prevents me from getting the MOST out of life, but that's the price you pay if you wanna avoid hellfire.
by Debra Allen 10 years ago
I brought up the verse that God's Kingdom was WITHIN you. Some person whom thinks they are a Bible Schalor told me that I didn't know what I was talking about and I didn't think I knew who Jesus was talking to. Yes I know who Jesus was talking to. He was telling the disciples...
by Kay-ce Eagan 22 months ago
If the basic start of Christianity is the bible, why do we not all agree?There are lots of ways to receive a message from the bible. As you read it, it seems to speak to you (for believers). It guides you through life. Yet, when it comes to this very thing, it is also the start of many arguments...
by graceinus 3 years ago
Will God allow anyone into His Kingdom if they try to follow the 10 Commandments in their life time?I believe the issue of Grace vs Law is an issue that needs to be resolved. But there are many who mix Grace and Law together. What is the Bible answer to this question and why is it so difficult to...
by India Arnold 7 years ago
What would you do to make changes and "let your freak flag fly" in life's later years?
by Freegoldman 7 years ago
Is it a sin?
by cooldad 7 years ago
My personal opinion is that, YES, most Christians believe in God out of fear. And that starts when they are children. When a child is taken to church and told that he/she will burn eternally in the fiery pits of hell unless they follow the rules of the Bible and God's word, that...
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