Characters of the Bible: “Eve”

Today’s topic is about Eve, the first woman created by God.  Eve was married to Adam and they both were created in the image of their Father God.  After creating them, He then blessed them and put them in the Garden of Eden, in which they shared a wonderful home in the Garden of Eden,…

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Characters of The Bible: Daniel

Article Written by Charles S. Head I chose Daniel as one of my heroes of the Bible because I admire his love for God and his uncompromising work. It did not matter that he was threatened by those who opposed him praying to God on a daily basis (Daniel 6:1-23), he continued to pray three…

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Characters of The Bible: Rahab

Rahab was a wise woman!  What made her wise?  Her choice to follow Jehovah God made her a “wise” woman.  Rahab was a Canaanite woman, who grew up in a pagan culture that practiced idolatry worship, but she abandoned the comforts of her known world and pagan worship to follow the true and living Jehovah…

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Characters of the Bible: “Moses”

Article Written by Charles Head Moses is one of my great heroes of the Bible. Giving up a life of pleasure in Egypt, he became a man of God choosing to lead God’s people out of Egypt.  He was a man with faults and yet in spite of his personal weaknesses, God used him to:…

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Bible Quiz #23

Welcome to our Weekly Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.    Which two kinds of food never ran out for the widow of Zarepeth? 2.    When did God’s angel “shut the mouths” of some lions? 3.    Did God or Samuel’s father call out to Samuel in his sleep? 4.    Which…

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Bible Quiz #22

Welcome to our Weekly Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.    Which animal was used to symbolically take away the sins of Israel? 2.    Who was the older of the two brothers, Moses or Aaron? 3.    Which creature, from the Book of Job, could run faster than a horse? 4.   …

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Bible Quiz #21

Welcome to our weekly Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.    What is the number given to the “beast” in the Book of Revelation? 2.    Which animal saved Isaac’s life? 3.    Who pushed down a huge building single-handedly? 4.    Which prophet had to run away from queen Jezebel? 5.    Where…

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Draw Near To God

“Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners; and purify your hearts, ye double minded” (James 4:8). Growing up, and even after I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior at the age of 24, I was afraid of God.  In my mind I imagined Him as a strict, mean and unapproachable God. The image…

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Bible Quiz #20

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.    How many spies did Moses send into Canaan? 2.    What valuable fruit did Solomon compare to good advice? 3.    Who used a stone for his pillow? 4.    What prophet experienced an earthquake, a strong wind, and a fire all…

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Bible Quiz #19

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.       How many of Paul’s letters are there in the New Testament? 2.       Which of Joseph’s brothers was accused of stealing a silver cup? 3.       Who put a red thread in her window in Jericho? 4.       Which prophet saw a…

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Bible Quiz #18

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.      What did Lot’s wife look back at? 2.      Who took a gift of ten loaves and ten cheeses? 3.      What were the first books of the Bible written on? 4.      Why did Simon and Andrew leave their fishing nets?…

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Bible Quiz #17

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.      Who paid Judas to betray Jesus? 2.      Which Old Testament Book begins with the letter A? 3.       What did the Jewish Law forbid on the Sabbath Day? 4.       Which king was the great-grandson of Ruth? 5.       Which king created…

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Bible Quiz #16

1.      Who said, “I was thirsty and you gave me no drink? 2.      Why was Stephen stoned to death? 3.      The name of which book of the Bible means beginning? 4.      Who was married to two sisters:  Leah and Rachel? 5.      What kind of meat did Esau cook for his father Isaac? 6.      Where in…

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Bible Quiz #15

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.       Who said “love one another as I have loved you?” 2.       Who frightened his enemies by blowing trumpets and smashing pots? 3.       Which is the longest Psalm in the Bible? 4.       When did Jesus wash the disciple’s feet? 5.      …

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Bible Quiz #14

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.       Which insects did Moses change the dust into to plague the Egyptians? 2.       Where was the “land flowing with milk and honey?” 3.       Who ran faster than the king’s chariot? 4.       Which king saw the writing on the wall?…

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Bible Quiz #13

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.       What is celebrated at the Feast of Pentecost. 2.       When did the Holy Spirit come to the disciples in the form of tongues of fire? 3.       What did Dorcas do to help people? 4.       What animal came out of…

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Monday’s Bible Quiz #11

Welcome to our Monday Bible Quiz.  A time to refresh our memory with Bible history. 1.      What did the woman who anointed the feet of Jesus use to dry them? 2.      What animals were used to carry the gifts from Queen of Sheba to king Solomon? 3.      Who helped the man who had been robbed…

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Bible Quiz #10

1.      Which king ordered Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego to be thrown into a fiery furnace? 2.      From which tribe did king Saul belong to? 3.      Which man in the Bible was thrown into the lion’s den for not worshipping an idol? 4.      When the Israelites asked for a king, whom did the Lord say they…

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The Bible Can’t Be Stopped

The article below is not written by me, a friend sent it to me and after reading it, I thought it was too good not to share. In the 1500s, Bibles didn’t exist in most languages. Only well-educated or wealthy people could study it in Hebrew, Greek, or Latin. But a scholar named William Tyndale…

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