Importance Of The Bible

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Why is the bible important to read? Why do I think this? Written by Jared Dexter and helped by Bryan Sorensen. 1/21/2016
You may have been asked many times why the Bible is important to read and why do you think this? I have many reasons why the bible is important to me. There are many of the reasons I think that the Bible is important to read. First and foremost, the Bible is essential to knowing God and His will for our lives. The book of Romans tells us there are certain things we should know about God. Without Scripture people can know about God’s power and divine nature by examining the creation (Romans 1:20). They also know God’s law because it is written on their hearts (Romans 2:14–15). Also in (Genesis 2:26) it talks more about what we need to know about where our bodies come from and it says “ And god said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth” I like this scripture because it insures that I have a body that Is made in the image of god. This scripture is good for people that don’t know where their bodies come from The Bible is very important to me. The first
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Read it with an open mind and an open heart. It contains pure truth about God, about life, the nature of mankind and our own hearts as human beings. The Gospel of John is a wonderful place to start, but read the whole thing — Old and New Testaments. You 'll be amazed what you discover about God, and about yourself. If this God is indeed your judge, before whom you will someday give an account of your in essence, this book will help you to deal with that very event for which we are all destined. Be warned: you will not be the same after you read this book. There are many things that you can learn from this book as long as you are willing to

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