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A Fascinating Dive Into How Popular Bible Verses Were Translated

In Bible by Hans Combrink

Romans 8:28 is one of those well-known and often-quoted verses which many of us have drawn on when faced with tragedies, challenges or adversity. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” (NIV) Most translations follow the NA28/UBS5 Greek working text which is based on the majority of manuscript readings and is usually translated in English as, “And we know that…all things work …

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This Children’s Book is Helping Kids Learn How to Love and Forgive

In Bible by Biblica Staff

Kirk first encountered the prayer covenant way back in 1967. Since then, he has preached and taught the concept, started the 40 Day Prayer Covenant ministry, and entered into more than 9,000 agreements to pray for others. According to the 40 Day Prayer Covenant website, the prayer covenant is a “process and a prayer anchored in Scriptures.”

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The Military Biblestick: Real Hope for Real Heroes

In Bible, Ministry by Biblica Staff

“It helped me get closer to God. I thought I had lost Him, but He found me.” – Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army “[It] keeps me calm and self-controlled. It gives me hope.” – Petty Officer 2nd Class, U.S. Navy “[It] gives me peace of mind to know daily that God loves me and has me in His care as well as my family and friends.” – Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army “It fills my mind with the Word of God …

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7 Things You Didn’t Learn About Samson in Sunday School

In Bible by Biblica Staff

Whether you grew up in Sunday School or not, chances are you’re at least somewhat familiar with the epic story of Samson, “the strongest man who ever lived.” But how recently have you actually taken the time to read the account of Samson’s life in Judges 13-16? Samson, while chosen by God to be a judge of Israel, had some serious flaws. With today’s release of the major motion picture “Samson,” we wanted to take some time and refresh you on some of the aspects of Sampson’s story your Sunday school teacher likely left out.

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Daily Bible Reading in 2018: Whose Voice Are You Listening To?

In Bible by Stephen Cave

At this time of year, lots of people are making New Year’s resolutions. I bet you can guess what the most popular resolution is. That’s right: losing weight/getting in shape. Many of us aren’t eating right or exercising, and we know we probably should be. So at the start of the New Year, we give it another go.

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There Are No Longer Any Aliens in the Bible. Why Not?

In Bible by Biblica Staff

In 1965, a cross-denominational gathering of evangelical scholars agreed to start work on a modern English version of the Bible. In order to ensure both accuracy and readability, they chose to translate from the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic manuscripts. They soon formed the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) – the self-governing body responsible for this ambitious task. Members brought with them not only decades of Bible translation experience, but an unshakeable commitment to God’s Word. To ensure maximum accuracy …

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A word from Carl: A Foundation in Faith

In Bible by Dr. Carl A. Moeller

The most heartfelt prayer and desire of any Christian parent is for their child to become a follower of Jesus. And if you’re like my wife and me, you look for ways to make sure your kids get a good foundation in the faith so that can happen. One of the best ways to lay that foundation is by giving them a children’s Bible. I remember so many nights with my own kids. At our house, bedtime was story time. …