The bible - random acts of kindness -

Two women from my church ultimately encouraged me to turn my passion for kindness into a community group, so I signed up to lead one simply called Random Acts of Kindness. I learned never to hesitate doing something you love. Running with what seems like a silly little idea is worth it because it can evolve powerfully. In December of 2013 myself and one other person baked about 100 cookies for residents in the Bronx. By December of 2014 we baked close to 1,000 cookies with 12 people for subway passengers in Times Square.

Erin @Rare and Beautiful Treasures - Absolutely love this. And the design could NOT be any cuter!! Target doesn’t have anything on those adorable little poms!

Find verses more quickly or browse timeless favorites - I sorted every verse in the Bible by how often it is referenced across the internet. Enjoy! Pete

Professor John K. Riches, Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism at the University of Glasgow, says that "the biblical texts themselves are the result of a creative dialogue between ancient traditions and different communities through the ages", [17] and "the biblical texts were produced over a period in which the living conditions of the writers – political, cultural, economic, and ecological – varied enormously". [18] Timothy H. Lim, a professor of Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Judaism at the University of Edinburgh , says that the Old Testament is "a collection of authoritative texts of apparently divine origin that went through a human process of writing and editing." [19] He states that it is not a magical book, nor was it literally written by God and passed to mankind. Parallel to the solidification of the Hebrew canon (c. 3rd century BCE), only the Torah first and then the Tanakh began to be translated into Greek and expanded, now referred to as the Septuagint or the Greek Old Testament. [20]

It is important to thoroughly read the Bible, but simply reading the Bible is not the same as studying. The Divine Word of God deserves respect and ought to be understood and practiced. The Bible is one of the most misinterpreted books ever written, and most people can find it very hard to understand. The Bible records a long time of history including many cultures and ages, as well as relating and correlating to any modern era; it is translated from the original manuscripts in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic by reputable scholars. The goal in studying the Bible is to understand the message in the correct context. If you struggle with where to start with your Bible reading, how often to read your Bible, how much to read in one sitting, or how to get things out of it (apply it to your life/practice it), this article can help.

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Simon answered, "He, I suppose, to whom he forgave the most." He said to him, "You have judged correctly."
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Love this idea!!! I will sending your link out to my Live Daily Gratitude subscribers on Dec 1st. Thanks for this amazing idea!!!

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