A Peculiar People Indeed….

A page of text from the New TestamentThe People of God

Having been enamored by the Greek language in which the New Testament was penned, I am ever amazed at the artful mastery of the Apostles in how that they arranged their words to convey the in-exhaustive depth of meaning in the message of the Gospel to the Lord’s Church.

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Ingenuity has no boundaries…

“Ingenuity has no boundaries… But obviously it does not always equate with intelligence….”

Some will people goto whatever lengths necessary to accomplish a goal….

IngenuityIngenuity – Etymology, From Latin ingenuitās.

ingenuity |ˌinjəˈn(y)o͞oitē| noun the quality of being clever, original, creative and inventive, imaginative.

ingenious persons are often known for their innovation, enterprise, insight, perception,perceptiveness, intuition, inspiration;finesse, flair, artistry; genius, intelligence, cleverness, brilliance; talent, skill, mastery; acumen, astuteness, sharpness, shrewdness; and thinking outside the box.Continue reading

Order and Arrangement of the Holy Bible

February 6, 2016

Bible TabsThe Bible is written and arranged into 66 Books by 40 Authors and according to literature type.

The Old Testament period ended approximately 400 years prior to the time of the New Testament writings, however the books within each occurred at a varying times. For example, the events of Ezra and Nehemiah took place near the end of the Old Testament period, yet the books are listed before Job which is believed to be the oldest book in the bible in terms of when it was actually penned, and the events of which took place long before those in Ezra and Nehemiah.

 

Another important note, is that within each section of writing most books are in basic chronological order. For example, in the Old Testament prophets, Isaiah lived before Jeremiah. In the Books of Moses, Genesis took place first and Deuteronomy took place last.

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