Questions about God,bible or anything concerning spiritual matter is always what many people in the world aren't sure about.Or rather don't know.Like today,what do you think of the question above?Many people may say God did but the Roman Catholic Church claims that they are the one who gave the bible,moreover they determined the books that should comprise the New testament and the Old Testament.
#9. The apocalypse of James. The Apocalypse of James divided into two books, was rejected when the Great Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire first standardized Christian religion between 306 and 337AD. It was Constantine who instructed the bishops to take all available Christian writings in circulation and compress them into the New Testament.
Bible is one of the most read books in the world. Bible is full of verses, some of which we find them hard to understand, others are easily understood. However, there is a verse in the book of Revelation, which is the last book of the Bible and the New Testament, which has been difficult to understand.
The Bible is a collection of religious texts or scriptures that teaches Christians God's word. It is divided into two that is, the Old Testament a total of 39 books, and the New Testament with 27 books. It was written by 40 different people including prophets, historians, and poets.
In the Old Testament days of the Bible, the operation of God available to men was God the Father who often communicated through angels. Then came the New Testament days when the operation of God available to men was Jesus, the Word; the God made flesh.
We can never deny the existence of angels around us, and we have heard stories of people who have seen angels in one manner or another even today. As an individual, do you believe in the presence of angels? Looking at scriptures from both the old and new testaments, we witness men and women who were visited by angels sent by God to give God's word.
"I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End." -- Revelation 22:13 Jesus had a lot of titles in the Bible. Some were put on Him by others, but many of them Jesus gave Himself.
Math Throughout the Bible People who read the Bible can't help but notice there are more than 150 references to math in the form of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in the Old Testament and the New Testament. Addition Hebrews 11:6 says, "And without faith, it is impossible to please God."
In the Old Testament, God used the anointing oil to anoint kings, priests, and temple utensils. In the New Testament, God anoints believers with the Holy Spirit Read Ecclesiastes 9: 8: " Always be dressed in festive garments, and always anoint your head with oil. "
There is a historic and religious town in the Lower Galilee region of northern Israel—the City of Nazareth. It is Israel's most populous Arab city and a major Christian pilgrimage destination. In all four Gospels of the New Testament, Jesus' birthplace is described. Since its brief mention in the New Testament, the city has progressed considerably.
Despite the fact that Christians and Muslims both worship the same God as the creator of the earth and heaven, there are significant differences between the two religions.The following section discusses some of the distinctions between Christians and Muslims. 1.Christians refer to God as the creator of the planet and heaven, whereas Muslims refer to him as Allah.
God’s Word -The Bible Do you consider the Bible to be the authentic Word of God dictated by God to certain men but written for all mankind? If you answered yes, then you are among the millions who down through the ages have followed the writings and teaching of The Bible to guide them through their daily lives.
Tattoo are more popular culture than ever in many parts of the world. The number of people with tattoos has increased dramatically in recent years. The New Testament does not say anything about whether or not a believer in Jesus Christ should get a tattoo. Therefore we cannot say that getting a tattoo is as a deadly sin because the scripture is silent over the issue of wearing a tattoo.
Paul wrote 13 books that are in the New Testament. They are in the Bible from the longest to the shortest instead of in the order they were written. In every one of the books written to churches, Paul used this same greeting in the first few verses:
Most people know that the words Jesus spoke in the New Testament are printed in red letters in some versions of the Bible. Therefore, Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne came up with the idea in 2007 to start a non-denominational modern movement within Christianity that focuses on what Jesus said.
God Punished People in the Bible In the Bible, God punished those who consistently disobeyed Him. He punished individuals, their families, and even entire nations, especially in the Old Testament. There are not that many punishments in the New Testament other than the punishments of Ananias and Sapphira and Herod in the book of Acts
The Apostle Paul, credited with the authorship of thirteen New Testament books, and recognized as an authority on Christian living also speaks positively of singleness. “Now to the unmarried and the widows I say: It is good for them to stay unmarried, as I do” (1 Corinthians 7:8).
Marriage crisis The Marriage Crisis begins in earnest when both partners are completely aware that the marriage may end due to one partner's extreme unhappiness. This can be due cheating in the marriage, lack of children or even lack of general agreement in the marriage. Communication is very essential in any Marriage.
Reading the Bible is one thing, understanding another. So you can read the Bible as you would read a magazine, but you may not understand what it says. So, with the help of the Holy Spirit and the pastor, we can understand what it is saying.
As Christians, we are taught that trials and difficulties are meant to refine, strengthen, and exalt us. We are often reminded, "In your patience, possess ye your souls" (KJV* Luke 21:19). The New Testament is filled with instances of Paul teaching the people in his letters that there would be trials and afflictions in their lives, but that the gospel of Jesus Christ would give them the ability to develop patience and endure.