Introduction to the
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The Bible is the only true source of how man can best live life with his fellow man. The authority of this unique book to be the sole path of an abundant life now and eternal happiness in the future comes from its divine unity and inspiration.
When one looks into the Bible a profound unity between the Old and New Testaments becomes apparent. Over one third of the New Testament is made up of quotes from the Old Testament. Many Old Testament passages simply could not be understood without the New Testament. Dozens of Old and New Testament prophecies regarding the end time, especially those found in the books of Daniel, Joel and others, could not be understood without the book of Revelation.
It is critically important that every human come to understand the Bible. The word of God not only gives us meaning to what happens in our lives, it also offers a pathway to true wisdom and the character needed to live a rich life FOREVER. The Apostle Paul, in his last letter to his best friend Timothy, stressed the value of study.
. . . you have known the Holy Writings, which are able to make you wise unto salvation through faith, which is in Christ Jesus. 16. All Scripture is God-breathed and is profitable for doctrine, for conviction, for correction, for instruction in righteousness; 17. So that the man of God may be complete . . . (2Timothy 3:16, Holy Bible in Its Original Order - A Faithful Version (HBFV))
Solomon's introduction to the book of Proverbs states several reasons why the book should be read. His words equally apply to the entirety of scripture.
To know wisdom and instruction, To discern the sayings of understanding, 3 To receive instruction in wise behavior, righteousness, justice and equity; 4 To give prudence to the naive, To the youth knowledge and discretion, 5 A wise man will hear and increase in learning, and a man of understanding will acquire wise counsel (Proverbs 1:2-5, NASB)