The Importance Of Scripture

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As a Christian over the last year since I accepted Christ up until now, there are many things that I’ve learned about scripture that changed my life. Making the decision to follow Jesus Christ means that we are given the opportunity to receive salvation through him. Now the Bible itself had always remained as the best-selling book of all times and is the most printed, translated, and most read book in the world. It’s important that we know this since the Bible is primarily a book about salvation. According to Scriptures, the Lord died for our sins, that he was buried, and raised on the third day. Along with this, the Word of God is living and active, and has the power to revive those who accept it. Ever since I accepted God’s Word, I noticed that I was able to live true to who I am as a person and be able to identify the road that the Lord had planned out for me. Scriptures plays the fundamental role in teaching us the Word of God, His will for our lives, and how we can use it to bring salvation to others who have not received it.

The Word of God is the source of power in the world, for when he speaks, it comes to being as he promised. Genesis 1: 1-31
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We are called by God to bring others to him and spread the love that He has given to us so they can joined us to enter the kingdom of God. As mentioned before, God’s told his people to keep the gospel that had been proclaimed to them, that which they had received, taken their stand, and by which they were saved (1 Corinthians 15:1-2). Our heavenly father died for our sins in order for us to have salvation and it is up to us to believe in his death and resurrection to receive it. Therefore, one of the important functions of Scriptures is spreading the news of God’s salvation for non-believers who have not known Christ. It’s a matter of bringing people out of the dark and into God’s light to transform their

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