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The Bible

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This section is my summary of studying the Bible.

I believe that the Bible is the actual word of God allowed to be written by man as the Holy Spirit moved upon and in him. These deep yearning and groanings within them that could not be uttered, but by His inspiration was able to flow out of them in the form of word. The Bible says that God’s Word is Jesus. “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.” So when these writers of the scripture wrote, was Jesus actually flowing through and out of them? Yes, I believe that the Creator of all things, The Son of (to be coequal with) God, was flowing through them and allowing them to partake in the creation of His book (Word), the Bible. They were not creating the Word, fore, the Word (Truth) is who God is.

Bible, this is the first (1st) of five (5) subjects in the “LIFEPAC” curriculum books or computerized “Switched-On Schoolhouse” curriculum that we use for our education. Switched-On Schoolhouse Bible is a Christ-centered curriculum for grades 3-12 with a developmental, in-depth study of the Old and New Testaments. Utilizing the King James Version and the New American Standard Bible, the Bible curriculum covers a variety of biblical material to assist in the development of practical Christian living. The Bible curriculum provides seven major themes: Theology, Attributes of God, Biblical literature, Biblical geography, Christian growth, Christian evidence, and a special emphasis for each grade level.

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I’m currently in ninth (9th) grade Bible. I enjoy studying about Jesus and His life. Due to studying about people and places in the Bible I am able to follow along and understand more of the teachings at Church. This is very helpful and makes Church more interesting.