Yes. Can be found in:
Exodus 20:2 I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee (Hebrews) out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
God made His commandments available only to the Hebrew slaves of Egypt. God did not give it to the Egyptians, Philistines, Canaanites, Aborigines of Australia, people of Asian Continent, Natives of the American Continent, European Continent, etc....
Dude go to the New Testament :)
i disagree, i am not denying that it says that in The Bible, but God made it for everyone, he loves us all and wants us all to live with him in heaven and if we can't have access to his word then how will we ever gain that knowledge, as his word is a major part of your personal relationship with God. it majorly contributes to the dialogue (instead of a monologue.)
Although the first answer (Exodus 20:2) was said in the Bible, That was the Old Testament or the Old Covenant. But since Jesus died on the cross we now live under the New Covenant. That does NOT mean that we do not have to obey the laws that God gave in the Old Covenant. We still must obey all of God's laws.
Jesus said in Mark 16:15 (NKJV)
And He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature". That means now that God's Word is for everyone.
Also remember that Paul taught the Word in places like Corinth, Phillipi, Ephesus, Galatia which were all in ancient Greece. Part of the New Testament was written in the ancient Greek language.
It should describe forgiveness throughout the whole bible and anyone and everyone can forgive!
Shakespeare belonged to the Church of England as did everyone else in England and so he used the same Bible as everyone else. Later in his life this would be the Bible commissioned by King James.
No the bible does not say so.
The word 'sacrament' does not appear in the Bible, so we may say that there are no sacraments in the Bible
Everyone is. Everyone is an indefinite pronoun that is always considered singular, so use the singular verb. Example: Everyone has (not everyone have).
The Bible does not say, so any answer would be a guess.
There are a lot of Bible experts that believe there are passages in the Bible that are in reference to UFOs. But like everyone else, there are believers and non-believers.
No the bible does not say so.
It's the Bible... Everyone.
No it does not say so.
Everyone is important in the bible. If they weren't they probably wouldn't be in the bible.
he said that the bible told tails of Adam and eve and lot's of other things like David and Goliath. it said absolutely nothing about evolution, so everyone hated it. he argued that the bible was right and everyone else was wrong.
No the bible does not say so .
no! the bible does not say so
It was before they were around so-no.
The bible says that our body is the temple of god, so we should not misuse it.
Also, God is not a respecter of persons, and we should not be either. The Bible says to treat everyone equally.. Look in Corinthians
The Bible basically tells each of us to care for everyone as we care for ourselves - the 2nd Summary Command. Godly love does not have limits.
Yes!! But if you do make a mistake which everyone does even if they don't want to say they did, ask god for forgiveness
No; the Bible does not say this.
it was so everyone would have the ability to read the bible
JOhn 3:16 For God so loved the world........