Holy Bible: This Bible belongs to Charles
- ISBN-13: 9781533553584
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
- Release Date: Jun 01, 2016
- Pages: 828 pages
- Dimensions: 1.87 x 10.0 x 7.0 inches
Welcome to As Told in the Bible – a collection of Bibles translated into clear, understandable, simple English. Our mission is to help people to read, understand, and apply the "Word of God" to their lives by providing Bibles in easy to read - simple modern English . These easy to read bibles are suitable for all ages and can be read with your traditional bible. This collection of easy-to-read Bibles aims to give today's reader's maximum understanding of the original bible text. They do not follow the traditional vocabulary and style found in the historic English Bible versions. Instead they attempt to present the biblical content and message of the bible in everyday, simple, modern English. These easy to read bibles are suitable for all ages and can be read with your traditional bible. Our mission is to help people to read, understand, and apply the "Word of God" to their lives by providing Bible Translations, Bible Commentaries, and Bible Studies in simple modern English. This Bible edition concentrates on the translation of all chapters and verses of both the Old and New Testaments. Sample chapter: Book of John About this book John’s Gospel is one of the four Gospels. ‘Gospel’ means ‘good news’. The Gospels are the books that tell us about Jesus’ life on earth. John was one of the three disciples who knew the Lord Jesus Christ best. John called himself ‘the disciple that Jesus loved’. We think that John wrote his Gospel in the city called Ephesus. He wrote it some years after Matthew, Mark and Luke wrote their Gospels. He wrote it about 70 years after Christ’s birth. John’s Gospel is different from the other three Gospels. It does not describe many things that the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke do describe. But it does include many things that are not in the other Gospels. John tells us much more about who Jesus was. John shows us Jesus as the Son of God – the only person who can cause us to live. John teaches us more about God’s Spirit, too. At the beginning of his Gospel, John calls Jesus ‘the Word’. Chapter 1 The Word became human 1 In the beginning, the Word was already there. The Word was with God. The Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 God made all things by the Word. God did not make anything without him. 4 It is the Word who causes us to live. And because of this, he was the light to all people. 5 The light shines in the dark, and the dark cannot put out the light. 6 God sent a man. His name was John. 7 He came to tell people about the light. God wanted everyone to believe what John said. 8 John himself was not that light. God sent him to tell people about the light. 9 The true light, that gives light to every person, was coming into the world. 10 The Word was in the world. God made the world by him. But the world did not know who he was. 11 He came to what was his own. But his own people did not accept him. 12 But some people did accept him. Some people did believe who he was. So, he gave authority to those people so that they could become God’s children. 13 These children were not born in the usual human way. They were not born because of what any people wanted. They were not born because of what any man decided. No! They were born from God. 14 The Word became human. He lived among us. We saw how great and how good he is. He is great and good as only the Father’s one true Son can be. He is completely kind. He is full of what is true. 15 John told people about the Word. He shouted, ‘This is the man that I told you about. He comes after me. But he is greater than I am. He was there before I was born.’ 16 The Word is full of everything that we need. All of us have received from him. We have received one good thing after another good thing. 17 God gave his rules by Moses. But God has been kind to us by Jesus Christ.
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