5 Reasons to Love Churches in 2016
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2 Comments

  • AntholVew Posted April 6, 2019 4:44 am

    I love my paper Bible! It has underlining and special page markers and as an artist I simply had to paint some symbolism on the inside front cover. But I couldn t live without my Franklin Electronic Bible either. I m not great at memorizing where a particular passage is located, so the electronic Bible makes quick and easy searching to find whatever I m looking for with just a few reference words. I find it quite disgusting how many Christians want to point their fingers at things that are not important. As a matter of fact, the people that have been described here clearly haven t been reading that stack of paper they are toting to and from church every Sunday. What of the people who don t have a Bible? Are they garbage??? Certainly not. I wish that everyone had a Bible of their own (and today you can buy them at a local Dollar Store for $2, and I m sure most churches would gladly give you a Bible if you couldn t afford one and you asked). The problem of not having a Bible is alot of preachers standing at the pulpit don t know what they are talking about. So although they are reading from the Bible, they either don t read far enough or they take passages out of context. (remember, even the devil could quote Scripture). If you have you your own Bible you can read for yourself, because even the Bible tells us not to trust the teachings of men. Let the Lord teach you, He speaks from His Word.

  • Edenfantasys Posted April 13, 2019 3:32 pm

    I love my paper Bible! It has underlining and special page markers and as an artist I simply had to paint some symbolism on the inside front cover. But I couldn t live without my Franklin Electronic Bible either. I m not great at memorizing where a particular passage is located, so the electronic Bible makes quick and easy searching to find whatever I m looking for with just a few reference words. I find it quite disgusting how many Christians want to point their fingers at things that are not important. As a matter of fact, the people that have been described here clearly haven t been reading that stack of paper they are toting to and from church every Sunday. What of the people who don t have a Bible? Are they garbage??? Certainly not. I wish that everyone had a Bible of their own (and today you can buy them at a local Dollar Store for $2, and I m sure most churches would gladly give you a Bible if you couldn t afford one and you asked). The problem of not having a Bible is alot of preachers standing at the pulpit don t know what they are talking about. So although they are reading from the Bible, they either don t read far enough or they take passages out of context. (remember, even the devil could quote Scripture). If you have you your own Bible you can read for yourself, because even the Bible tells us not to trust the teachings of men. Let the Lord teach you, He speaks from His Word.

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