Three Days and Three Nights: A Spicy Solution

Following the spices will lead us to a very practical and simple solution to the three days and three nights between the burial and resurrection of Jesus, and there really is nothing spicy about it. Although, I must say, resolving the apparent contradictions in the gospel accounts is quite a savory proposition. Continue reading “Three Days and Three Nights: A Spicy Solution”

Three Days and Three Nights: The Women hold the Key

In a previous post we looked at a number of Scripture references related to the three days and three nights will relation to the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. When summarizing the verses, we noticed different statements: “the third day”, “after three days”, and “three days and three nights”.

The Scriptures do not contradict themselves, and so we are left with the question as to how these three different statements can mean the same thing. When we look at the buying and preparation of spices, we discover that by their actions the women hold the key to the whole mystery as to when Jesus died, was buried and rose again. Continue reading “Three Days and Three Nights: The Women hold the Key”

Three Days and Three Nights: According to the Scriptures

When someone makes a comment about the three days and three nights as related to the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the conversation usually heats up a little when people are convinced about what it means, and about how it was fulfilled. But when asked about how they came to believe what they believe, they are a little less adamant, and begin to hum and haw, unsure of the source of their beliefs.

The likelihood is, that the majority of people reading this post would say that Jesus died on a Friday and rose again on the Sunday. And why would most say that? Simply put, it is because tradition teaches that Jesus died on Friday afternoon and rose on Sunday morning. Bear with me for a few posts and I will outline how that the Friday afternoon death and the Sunday morning resurrection belief is based on tradition and not on the Scriptures. Continue reading “Three Days and Three Nights: According to the Scriptures”

Old Testament Gospel Genesis 5 – Hidden Message Genesis 5

If you are like many Bible readers, when you get to Genesis chapter 5, you likely read through the first eight verses and then realize that things are starting to repeat themselves. So-and-so, begat so-and-so, and had kids, and… next thing you know, you’ve skipped through most of the chapter reading nothing else but the last verse to see if anything different appears. And sure enough, there is Noah and his three sons and the start of the Flood story. Continue reading “Old Testament Gospel Genesis 5 – Hidden Message Genesis 5”

Chuck Missler Genesis 5 – He challenged me and I challenge you

The Bible is clear on how to treat what you hear, on how to treat ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you hear.

The Bible says… CHECK it out to MAKE SURE it’s true.

  • If it sounds fishy, check it out to clarify if it’s really true.
  • If it sounds good, check it out to confirm that it’s true.
  • If it sounds too good to be true, check it out to verify that it’s true.
  • If it’s Chuck Missler Genesis 5, check it out to make sure it’s true
    • and I know that he himself would agree, as he often reminded his audience “Don’t believe me”

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The Reese Chronological Bible helps organize the library – Read Bible Chronological Order

My 1982 Edition received as a gift in 1989

If given the task, most of us would have a really difficult time organizing the Bible in chronological order. Our diagram would probably look like a poorly made spider’s web. On the other hand, many of us would love to be able to read the Bible in chronological order, that is, to be able to read the stories within the Bible as they relate to one another.

The Lord once again has provided our generation with several options in order to be able to do just that. This post will deal with the review of the Reese Chronological Bible. Continue reading “The Reese Chronological Bible helps organize the library – Read Bible Chronological Order”

Reading through Bible chronologically will help your understanding of events

A few months ago, someone approached me and excitedly asked me, “Did you know that the Old Testament is not in chronological order?”. This person continued by sharing that they had just discovered that some of the prophets had actually lived during the time of the kings of Israel and of Judah.

The interesting thing is, that this person was not the first one to make this same comment to me. The books of the typical Bible Old Testament are not ordered chronologically, and this can be confusing to someone who doesn’t know, and maybe thinks, that events run chronologically from Genesis to Malachi. Continue reading “Reading through Bible chronologically will help your understanding of events”

My iBible Digital Audio Bible Player – Read on the go with a Digital Bible Player

If you are too busy to READ the Bible on the go, you might be well served LISTENing to the Bible on the go. Even though reading from a book has its advantages in absorbing and retaining information, hearing also has its own advantages. If you don’t have the time to read the Bible, you certainly have time to listen to the Bible. The My iBible Digital Audio Bible Player might just be the device you need to get you going.

Even if you already have a good reading schedule established, you might also consider mixing your reading of the Scripture and your listening to the Scripture. You might be surprised at what you pick up by hearing someone else read the passages. This Digital Bible Player might just be the device you need to keep on going and provide added value to your Bible reading. Continue reading “My iBible Digital Audio Bible Player – Read on the go with a Digital Bible Player”

The Picture Bible color your reading with some fun

Picture Bible – Hardcover

There is nothing like having a little fun while learning, and the Picture Bible provides exactly that. As you read through it, you will learn a lot about many of the exciting stories found in the Bible.

Picture Bible color, action, adventure.

Read what others are saying about the Picture Bible (scroll to the bottom of the linked page for independent reviews).

The Bible is not a Comic Book

You are absolutely right, the Bible is not a comic book, it is the Word of God. Continue reading “The Picture Bible color your reading with some fun”

Best Bible verses to memorize – Theme of the Bible

Many people enjoy memorizing verses that help them feel good, or that can serve as encouragement to them or others, or to get them through difficult times in their lives. I would agree that picking verses along those lines is a good idea. But before going there, I would like to present to you what I think are the best Bible verses to memorize. Continue reading “Best Bible verses to memorize – Theme of the Bible”