What book in the Bible contains the statement 'many are called but few are chosen'?
The word chosen in the bible means Called by God for his work.
I think it is the bible but I'm not 100% sure
The book of Genesis is in the Old Testament of the bible. Additional Answer: The 1st book in the Bible is called 'Genesis' meaning beginnings and is in the section called 'the Law' which contains the first 5 books of Scripture.
many are called, few are chosen Matthew 22.14 from the Bible.
The Jewish Bible is not called the Torah. Jewish Bible, called the Tanakh, contains 24 books. The Torah represents only the first 5 books (Genesis through Deuteronomy).
The chapter contains the account of Abraham's search for a wife for his son Isaac. Rebekah is the chosen woman,
he was one of the seven in the book of acts chosen to watch over the widows. Often called a "deacon" he was one of the seven in the book of acts chosen to watch over the widows. Often called a "deacon"
All of it, for they are God's chosen people. The rest of us are adopted children. The Old Testament section, of the Protestant Bible, is the Jewish Bible. The New Testament is also for, and about, Jews (and gentiles) who accept Jesus as the Messiah. The Catholic Bible also contains selected books of the Apocrypha.
In the Old Testament God's chosen people were called the children of Israel 657 times times. In the New Testament, God's chosen people are called mainly disciples, and this word occurs in 231 times in the N.T.
If this is referring to God, then we only need to be called His chosen ones once. And if we remain as His chosen ones then we will have eternal life with Christ Jesus. But remember, the Bible states that many are called, but few are chosen. And few are only chosen because only few actually live according to the Christian faith that they proclaim. It will do no one any good to just "profess"… Read More
That statement is not completely accurate. Although The Bible may not have been written by God himself The Bible is about God and his Son. The Bible also contains stories about how God has influenced the outcome of an event. So although God may not have picked up a pen and wrote it himself he still has plenty to do with The Bible.
The words of God Almighty, Holy Spirit.
As it contains so many lovely books worth reading.
The Hebrew Bible, also called the Tanakh (×ª× ×´×š).
The word "chosen" is in the King James Version of the Bible 123 times. It is in 119 verses.
The statement as put is not in the Bible. Possibility: While it may not be what you have in mind, the following verse contains three of four key words in the question - 1 John 2:14 - I have written to you, fathers, Because you have known Him who is from the beginning. I have written to you, young men, Because you are strong, and the word of God abides in you, And you have… Read More
There is no physical description of Hebrews in the Bible. We can only assume that they included a range of skin colors, just as the Jews of today. Jewish tradition teaches that the Jews are God's Chosen people, but it is a question of individual belief rather than a statement of truth.
According to the bible Jeremiah was chosen before he was born, and was in his mothers womb, but Samuel was chosen as a prophet when he was a small boy.
Its called the Bible, also known as the Tanakh (×ª× ×´×š)
There is no such statement in the Bible.
the Bible isn't contained in anything the Bible contains the Bible.
I believe it is the fall and redemption of mankind. Salvation is available but few actually find it. Many are called but few are chosen.
Israel is the name of Abraham's grandson, Jacob, after he was chosen by God to be the leader of a nation. His descendants were called "the children of Israel" in the Bible.
Both the old and new testament contain information about God and his interaction with humans. The new testament contains information on Jesus, who was a perfect reflection of his Father. These are called the gospels and they are the bible books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
It contains the 24 books of the Hebrew Bible. The first five books are called "the Torah".
A Biblical allusion makes an indirect reference to the Bible. It requires that the reader be familiar with the Bible or portion of the Bible used to convey the hidden meaning of the words. For example, the statement, "He slayed his Goliath," makes reference to the Biblical story of David and Goliath. "The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck contains many Biblical allusions.
Hebrews 11: 1Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. I hope this is what you're looking for, if not, check out the link below for a serch engine of the Bible called the Bible Gateway.
Some theologians believe that John 15:16 ("Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you,") teaches that certain people are chosen to be saved.
Luke was one of the apostles in the Bible chosen by Jesus. He used to be a Doctor.
The author of The Satanic Bible is a man called Anton LaVey. The book contains the principles of what LaVey calls LaVeyan Satanism and is considered to be an authoritative text on the subject rather than a sacred scripture like the Bible.
I think you refer to the Apocrypha, a collection of 10 or 11 books that were never accepted as Bible books in the first few centuries when the Bible books were chosen, though our Roman Catholic brethren accept them in their Bible. They were not chosen because they were sometimes contradictory to the general Bible doctrine.
The Calvinist doctrine relating to those who have been chosen by God for salvation is called "Predestination". Predestination is a doctrine which is found in many places in the Bible. It emphasizes God's initiative in saving sinners.
According to the Tanach (Hebrew Bible), Jews are the chosen people. In this context, 'chosen' refers to Jews having been chosen to follow the teachings of the Tanach.
Yes, the chosen people or 'God's chosen people', as said in the Bible, are another name for the Israelites. -S.M.M. ;)
Which part of the Hebrew Bible contains great works of Hebrew literature including the Psalms and the Proverbs?
The entire Hebrew Bible is a great work of literature, from God himself. The Psalms and Proverbs are part of the third section of the Hebrew Bible, called Ketuvim (Writings).
Actually both are the same., it says in the bible Israelites were the chosen [eople.
It is not in the Bible as such but part of Protestant theology. The general idea is that those who are to be saved are already pre-chosen. The "normal" way to "identify" if someone is pre-chosen is to examine what works or good deeds they do. These good deeds are the reason why God, in his infinite wisdom, would have chosen that person for entry. This is called a Covenant of Grace. Of course, not… Read More
No verse contains this.
Answer In ancient times, each national group had its own patron god, who they believed had chosen them for his patronage. The Bible says that God chose the Hebrew people, of Israel and Judah, as his people.
Matthias was the disciple chosen to replace Judas.
Israelites are the people of Israel, chosen by God.
Answer # 1 You statement concerning Genesis is incorrect. Moses penned the first five books of what are now called "The Holy Bible" those books included Genesis. They are often referred to as the pentateuch. Answer # 1 ends
The New Testament contains the Book of Hebrews.
A lot, but not all listened. If you want to know all of them you can look up a online Bible at jw.org. If you have an iPod, iPad, iPhone, you can download the app called iSilo.
There is no "Bible" per se that contains these books. Collectively they are referred to by scholars as the Apocrypha, or apocryphal books, but they are separate works. If you search the internet there are likely collections of them published somewhere.
Abraham is an important person in the first part of the Bible. He was chosen by God to seek out the Promised Land.
Acts contains the history of the earliest Christians.
There is no such word in the Bible.
This would be the Bible Book of Jeremiah.