Category Archives: Bible interpretation

4 men, an elephant & the Bible . . .

4 men & an elephant can give you great insight into the Bible. Check this out! When people tell you that there are contradictions in the Bible; think about an elephant. (To make sense of that statement, watch the first … Continue reading

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Don’t Let China Keep You Away From Crazy Bible Stuff!

I just read that China has forbidden the sale of Bibles online. Why would a huge country like China be afraid of a book? Well, China isn’t alone. I have a Bible cover that has these words on it: “This … Continue reading

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ONE is so good you want to mark it up!

ONE isn’t a book that you just browse through once and then are done with. I’ve been combing it over for months now, underlining, taking notes, sharing it with others; and I’m still getting so much from it. ONE grabs … Continue reading

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Rob Bell: This is what the Bible is . . .

Rob Bell has written a book called What Is The Bible? Here’s a poem and a few thoughts to help answer Rob’s question: Let The Bible Ring Your Bell I learned What the Bible is By reading it, And as I did … Continue reading

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Don’t throw the Bible out for the bathwater of deception

Let Scripture challenge & change your perceptions, feelings, & opinions. To depart from Scripture for human opinion is to dance with deception. To avoid deception: lay down your opinions, continually search the Scriptures, & always let God’s Spirit direct your heart … Continue reading

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The Bible is a warm, loving HUG; not a cold, hard textbook!

Church has made the Bible something to be intellectually dissected by a religious professional and taught in a classroom-style Sunday morning “service.”   But I believe that misses the point of the Book! Instead of us just hearing a preacher … Continue reading

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“‘Not called!’ did you say? ‘Not heard the call,’ I think you should say.'” –William Booth

God’s call is to all, yall! Ekklesia, the Greek word replaced by the word church in almost all English Bible translations, literally means called out ones. If you are a member of the body of Christ, you are called! The concept … Continue reading

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