The Bible And Its Purpose

The Bible is a collection of various historical writings of authors. The purpose of the Bible referred to as scripture, is to give us knowledge of the world, we live in and the creator of all the things that exist. It is noted, All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: (II Timothy 3:16)
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The Bible is a sacred book unlike any other that has been written. It is one of the special gifts that is given to others in the Spirit of Love, and received with honor. We call it Holy, because of the introduction, of God to us, The Father of all creation, Jesus Christ, The Son Of God, who became the sacrificial offering for the sins of the world, and the Holy Spirit, and the Angels of God.

Therefore, we should never use the scripture as a personal weapon, to judge others, or for political purposes, but as a personal tool, to measure our standards as to how God want us to behave in a way that pleases him.

Written by, Ellen J. Barrier

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