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This will have a similar page on a website (it is buggy right now), because I can do more features there than on the limitations here, but for here, here is the topic - and supporting verse addresses: The Bible is God's revelation to mankind Mat 4:4, 7, 10, 5:19-20, 19:4-6, 26:31, 52-54, Luk 4:16-21, 16:17, 18:31-33, 22:37, 24:25-27, 45-47, Jn 10:35 Even Jesus must obey and fulfill Mat 5:17-18, 26:24, Jn 5:46 Inspired by God and for our instruction Psa 33:6, Gen 1:2, II Tim 3:15-17, Rom 15:4, I Cor 10:11, II Pet 1:21, I Pet 1:10-12, Heb 1:5-13, 3:7, 4:3, 10:5-7, 15-17, Acts 4:25, 28:25-27 Apostolic writing is also scripture, the word of God II Cor 2:12-13, II Pet 3:15-16, I Tim 5:18, Luke 10:7 Word of God is instruction from God on how to live Ex 32:15-16, 34:1, 27-28, Num 33:2, Deut 31:9. Everyone from rulers to common folk are to be obedient to the Bible. Josh 1:7-8, II Ki 17:13, 22:8-13, I Chr 22:12-13, Neh 8, Ps 119
When the apostles talked about the word of God, what were they refering to?Obviously it was not the old testament. and there was no new testament then.i believe it was not the old testament becasue no ordinary person had access to itthey usually say things like: and the word of God grew"we will give ourselves to the study of the word and prayer"And i believe they were not referring to Jesus Christ as the word, because of the context of usage.I will appreciate your opinions, i have had this in my mind for a while. Thank you all.
Hi All. I found this interesting and informative. Thought others might enjoy it. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-23409254#sa-ns A few of the photo definitions found at the above link: "A Sefer Torah, or Torah scroll, is the holiest object in Judaism. It comprises the five books of Moses and must be written by a specially trained pious scribe called a Sofer Setam." "Torahs in use in synagogues around the world today, and throughout the centuries, have been written in the same way as the first Torah scroll was written by Moses, according to Jewish tradition, about 3,300 years ago." "The process takes about a year because a Torah is entirely written by hand, each of the 304,805 letters inscribed with a quill and specially prepared ink." "The scribes are skilled calligraphers who work in a traditional way. The letters are written on specially prepared parchment known as klaf, made from the skin of a kosher animal - goat, cattle, or deer." "A sofer must know more than 4,000 Judaic laws before he begins writing a Torah Scroll. He has to be very careful, because even a single missing, damaged or misshapen letter invalidates the entire Sefer Torah. After the end of the writing, the scribe reads each page and, where permissible, fixes letters with a razor blade."