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The actual words of Jesus are known to be what s written in red in most bibles. It is also known that Jesus only said what God told him to say.
daily lives of people
i believe that is a psalm. However im having trouble finding it.
A scribe was a person who wrote for people because they didn't know how to write. He would write letters, documents, and other things that people needed.
The Bible deals with many vital and basic human questions here are some examples:
Who am I?
Where did I come from?
Where did the world and universe come from?
Where did evil and suffering come from?
How can I have peace with God and with other people?
What is my purpose in life?
Mr. Rogers had an old t.v. show for many years. Fred Rogers was a Christian Presbyterian minister and he wanted to teach youth about being loving, kind, neighborly people because some of the other things on t.v. were teaching youth bad behavior.
Several books and epistles written by the apostles after Christ's death. http://scriptures.lds.org
Antiochus IV Epiphanes
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Billy Graham's message is based on proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the premise is that man must accept Jesus as their personal savior to be saved of their sins.
Graham in his sermons often quotes the verse from John 3:3 "Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God."
About most things that concern mankind like creation, murder, love, birth, death, the Great Flood, the 1st Apostasy, the calling of the least population of mankind as the Chosen People, the Promise of a Savior, etc.. And this is just Genesis.
we minister to him when we care for the hungry, the poor, the naked, the sick
include the book of genesis
Me. The Bible inspired, and continues to inspire my daily life.
No the bible was not written in 1450. It was originally written in a number of languages, the Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew, with some parts in Aramaic and a few words of Persian. The New Testament was originally written in Greek.