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What the Bible is all About
The Bible is God’s Holy Word to us, and it gives a summary of world history from God's point of view. He does not just give us the good parts and not speak of the bad . . . He tells it all! It teaches us to glorify God for His divine guidance and victorious end, all carefully planned out by Him before the Creation of the world (Isa. 46:9-10; Mat. 25:34; 1 Pet. 1:20; Rev. 13:8); and according to this divine outlook on history, all things were planned to be brought together in Christ Jesus, Who is the Reason for world history and the One in whom all things are summed up (Eph. 1:9-12; Col. 1:13-20). As a result, when He was on the Earth, Jesus taught that the entire Bible, from the first books of Moses to the last books of the prophets, was written to testify of Him and His redemptive work (Jn. 5:39-40; Luke 24:25-27, 44-48).
The most important subject of the Bible is the redemption of mankind, which is swelled by the multitudes of sinners chosen before the foundation of the world to know God's unmerited grace, and so to magnify His goodness and mercy (Eph. 1:4; Rom. 9:23-24; Eph. 2:7; 3:21). The One and Only great Hero in the Bible is Jesus Christ, who entered into an eternal covenant with the Father to redeem a people to Himself (Psalm 2:7-9; John 17:1-5), and Who was then made the Guarantor of an eternal covenant that God made with fallen mankind, to save them and bring them back into His Presence. So, mankind was promised redemption immediately after Adam's fall (Gen. 3:15), and the remainder of the Bible tells of that first Gospel Promise, and shows the great steps that God took throughout human history to foretell Christ, confirm the Promise of His Coming, and prepare to bring Him into the world to fulfill the Promise “in the fullness of time” (Gal. 4:4-5). The highlight of the Bible and of all human history is the cross of Calvary, where Jesus, the promised Christ, fully accomplished the covenanted redemption, offering Himself up as a perfect atoning Sacrifice for all the people that He had agreed with the Father to save.
See, covenants: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . http://www.hisservants.org/father_son_covenants_h_s.htm
The great end of the Bible is paradise regained, where God dwells once again in the midst of His redeemed people, with Jesus Christ, their Redeemer, enjoying eternal fellowship with them, and rejoicing in their unending praises (Rev. 21:1-5).
This great refrain of the Bible, the redemption of a people through the Promised Christ, was designed as the self-revelation of all the infinite and marvelous glory of God, so that His TRUE people might glorify Him for all eternity (Psalm 79:9; Isaiah 43:6-7, 25).
Thank You Jesus! Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!!!
The BIBLE IS God's Holy Word!!!
100 Facts about Jesus
355 Prophecies Fulfilled By Christ Jesus
The Bible and Antichrist
The Bible and Faith
The Bible and Homosexuality
The Bible, Faith Scriptures
The Bible is God's Holy Word
The Bible is TRUE
The Bible, Its Main Message
The Bible, One-World Government
The Bible, Proof It is TRUE
The Bible, Prophecies
The Bible, Prophecy Checklist
The Bible, Reasons Why It Is True
The Bible, Some End Time Prophecies
The Bible and the Rapture
The Bible, Some Other Web Sites\
The Bible, Warnings To Unbelievers
The Bible, What It Says About Heaven
The Bible, What It says About Hell
The Bible, What It Is All About
The Bible, What Is Sin?
The Bible, What is it?
The Bible, What it Says About Sin
The Bible, What You Migtht Not Know