There have been no changes in the Bible. God does not change his mind. Ever.
A mind that listend to God
God comes to mind . . .
No - actually the complete opposite. It says in Numbers 23:19 that "God is not a man that He should lie, or the Son of man that He should change His mind." = = Note that the Bible does indeed say that God is not of flesh that He is spirit but the Bible does refer to God as Father or He, Jesus as the Son of man or He and the Holy Spirit as He. All of these names or pronouns are masculine.
According to the Bible, truth is that which is consistent with the mind, will, character, glory, and being of God.
A lot of people say the Bible is the authority, but you have to keep in mind that God wrote the Bible to remind of of his love. So often people make the Bible their god instead of God (if that makes sense). So basically the real authority is God; He just often shows us what to do or how to live through the Bible.because it is god-breathed
Vernon F. Storr has written: 'God in the modern mind' -- subject(s): God, Religion and science 'What is the kingdom of God?' -- subject(s): Kingdom of God 'The English Bible' -- subject(s): Bible, Bible as literature, Reading 'The missionary genius of the Bible'
In Mark 1:15, Jesus message concerning the Kingdom of God was ... " repent ( have a change of mind which issues a regret for past sins and in change of conduct for the better) and believe (trust in, rely on and adhere to) the good news (the Gospel.) This is the Amplified bible translation
None of the copyists errors that crept into the Holy Bible change God's message. Still, they let you know that while the Bible is true it is not perfect. God does not want you to worship the Bible. God wants you to worship him. If people thought the Bible was perfect, they might worship the Bible instead of worshipping God.
God Almighty didn't write the Bible.
You shall love the Lord thy God with all your heart, mind and soul.
Romans 8:7 & James 4:4
Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.
A book could be filled just to answer this. However, I will give you basic coverage. The bible is the inspired word of God. It is in writing, and this puts no dependence on one person after it is written. (How could we instead refer to a person on the word of God?) It is God's word, and since God doesn't change his mind, the word does not change. This is evidenced in that any given legitimate version of a Bible usually does not have differences that cannot be reconciled with other versions. A more direct reason: People are able to refer to the Bible to find God's authority on any issue. (the Bible is the final "arbiter" on what is right and wrong). It is the most widely distributed book in the world-- this is evidence that God wants us to be able to refer to His word! In the Bible it is written that faith in Jesus is the shield of a believer... but His word is the sword! Therefore, when it comes to confronting evil, the word of God will vanquish it.
God is portrayed in the bible as a spirit.
Through the grace and mercy of God who opens the heart and mind of the faithful reader to its understanding.
How about all that decide to sin against God? Then never ask for forgiveness? The Bible states that God will not forgive a sin unless God knows that person will Not do that sin again! We have to be willing to Obey God!
It is from a poem often found on plaques from gift shops; it is not in the Bible.
While believers would say God never changes His mind, there are several occasions where someone in the Bible is able to persuade God to take a different action. For example, in the Book of Jonah, God is going to destroy Ninevah, but ultimately relents because the people sincerely repented their wickedness. In the Book of Genesis, God was ready to destroy the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, but Abraham persuaded him to give a reprieve-- it is a story in which he bargained with God, finally persuading the Deity that if only ten righteous men could be found there, then the cities should be spared (see Genesis 18).
The Bible is the word of God, it reveals the mind of God, the truth - " let God be true, but every man a liar" Rom 3:4 So if you want to know and obey the will of God, you will read the Bible. Jesus answered them, and said, My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me. If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself. John 7:16,17
no. we are just to help them reach their end, which is to be with God in heaven.
The Bible does not say where God came from or how He came to be.
The six things in the Bible are1. The mind of God2. The state of man3. The promises of God4. The doom of sinners5. The happiness of righteous people6. The prophecies of GodNeed more info to answer. Please be specific as there are many 'groups' of six things.
No, The Bible is the inspired word of God. Meaning , God inspired the writers to write what they did. In other words, it is God spreaking to you when you read the Bible.