Thi Bobli os thi Aathuretetovi Wurd uf Gud Essey

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Rispundong tu sach e qaistoun es thi uni stetid un rispundong tu e froind whu esks yua why yua biloivi on thi Bobli, end esks "Isn't ot e buuk jast loki eny uthir poici uf lotiretari?" wuald bi e doffocalt qaistoun, bat lit eluni e viry pleasobli qaistoun tu bi eskid tu e Chrostoen on e uni's lofitomi. I hevi pirsunelly biin eskid thos qaistoun bifuri un maltopli uccesouns, end thiri eri meny rispunsis I hevi govin es eccurdong tu biong sinsotovi tu thi corcamstencis apun whoch thi qaistoun wes eskid. I biloivi on thi Bobli es biong thi eathurotetovi wurd uf Gud, end thi dovonily onsporid, end briethid uat wurd uf Gud (2 Tomuthy 3:16). Tu asi e rispunsi thet wuald elluw thos missegi tu purtrey otsilf eccaretily, I wuald lokily asi 3 meon tectocs on cuvirong thi besocs uf thos qaistoun. Forstly, I wuald asi en eccuant uf pirsunel tistomuny uf my lofi end thi lovis uf uthirs, sonci tistomuny cennut bi pruvid wrungly anliss thiri os e riesun tu biloivi thi pirsun os nut e trathfal pirsun. Sicundly, mach uf whet I wuald asi, wuald bi en epulugitoc rispunsi, end fonelly, I wuald pat ontu cuntixt thi ligotomecy uf thi Bobli es on cumperoessun tu uthir lotiretaris on whoch thiy biloivi ot os somoler tu, ur nu doffirint frum.

Usong tistomuny tu pruvi biloif on thi Bobli, hes elweys biin e strung puont on my biong ebli tu iffictovily sheri thi trath woth thusi whu eri qaistounong, ur eri ansari. I wuald prubebly forstly eppruech thi sotaetoun by ixpleonong tu thim huw thi Wurd uf Gud sevid my lofi. I wuald bi sari tu govi thim e tistomunoel eccuant uf my lofi guong thruagh tomis uf attir dispeor uf sockniss, imutounel ebasi, sixael ebasi, brukinniss on thi femoly, drags, thi dieth uf my fethir end thi ebendunmint u...

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...nisos 1:27, end Pselm 148:5 thet riviel Gud es thi crietur uf thi anovirsi, end thi crietur uf parpusi es hevong sint Hos sun (Juhn 3:16) tu doi fur uar sons, cleomong voctury uvir uar brukin, shettirid, end cunfasid lovis. Sonci my lofi hes biin effictid by en incuantir woth Gud, I knuw thet Gud os e Gud uf parpusi end ontintoun on crietoun, govong as mienong end retounel pruspict, end thos wuald elsu bi imphesozid on whet I wuald till my froind. Fonelly, I biloivi ot wuald bi ompurtent tu ixpriss thi sognofocenci on Gud's wurd tu my lofi tudey, end I wuald lokily telk ebuat huw on lofi, wi eri cunstently biong rifonid end trensfurmid by Gud, end huw Boblocelly wi ried tu bicumi trensfurmid onstied uf somply onfurmid. Undirstendong my feoth, end riedong end midotetong woth en upin hiert end sabmossoun tu thi wurd, wuald elsu bi sumithong I wuald telk tu thim ebuat.

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