The Bible contains a large amount of prophecy. This video will consider two Old Testament prophecies that are extremely important to us today: The Valley of Dry Bones, speaking of the restoration of the nation of Israel to its own Land (Ezekiel 37) and a Vision of World Empires (Daniel 2), showing the successive powers […]
One of the keys to understanding the Bible is to let the Bible interpret itself. In this video, we will explore two examples of letting the Bible interpret itself.
God makes many amazing and lofty claims throughout the Bible. This video will focus on three of those claims: the Bible is the source of truth; the Bible provides direction for daily living; and the Bible provides hope for a wonderful future on this earth.
The Bible claims to be God’s Word. When we consider the Old and New Testament manuscripts used to form the Bible, consisting of 66 books, there has been a great deal of rigour involved in copying of the texts and of scholarly work to record, document and provide their accuracy. The Bible is extremely close and very accurate to what the original writers wrote providing us with the Bible, a book you can trust!
The Bible claims that GOD is the ultimate author. Although there were 40 independent writers who wrote over a 1,600 year time span, GOD “inspired” the people He chose to write His word. This means there is one consistent message, not 40 separate messages. This video considers three examples from within the Bible to show the Bible is the inspired Word of GOD.
The rapture is a belief of some Christians, where believers who are alive, along with resurrected believers, will be taken up into heaven to meet Christ at the end times before a period of great tribulation occurs on the earth. This talk explains the theory and that it is not found in the Bible.
Some helpful tips and suggestions for effective Bible reading and how to get started reading the Bible.
The is the first part in a short video series introducing the Bible and Bible reading.