A couple years ago, I decided to study the sixteenth century reformation, in which the fruit of this study has changed my life. I have been inspired by the brave men who gave their lives for the Gospel, and through this study, have gained an understanding of our Christian heritage that will stay with me forever.
The History of the Bible: the Journey of our Christian Heritage.
You can download a copy for free at www.insightoftheking.com/the-history-of-the-bible.html.
Or let me know if you want a paperback copy and I will send you one.
“If you truly want to study the Bible, you must do so in the original language.”
The New Testament was written in Greek. I have always been drawn to this language, for it is the speech in which God chose to endow His precious Word, but now I truly understand why He chose the Greek language to display His Glory. It is so rich and fruitful, full of His goodness and mercy. I heard a Greek professor say, “Ah Greek, it’s like the fresh dew on roses in early spring.” And I couldn’t agree more.
I have so much to share, so I thought the best way is one day at a time, or as often as I can. There is a richness and abundance that I believe needs to be restored in the hearts of Christians today. An understanding of Ephesians 1:17-19