Preserved For You

A wealthy woman, while traveling overseas, saw a bracelet she thought was irresistible, so she sent her husband a cable, “have found a wonderful bracelet. Price $75,000. May I buy it?” Her husband promptly wired back his response: “No, price too high.” But the cable operator omitted the comma, so the woman received this message: “No price too high.” Elated, she purchased the bracelet. Needless to say, at her return, her husband was dismayed. It was just a little thing, a comma, but what a difference it made! Compare this to the fact that the exact meaning of the Bible’s message has been preserved down through the ages and that every part of it harmonizes beautifully. Unquestionably, the Bible is no ordinary book.

All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17

A paraphrase version of the Bible puts this same verse like this:

For whatever God says to us is full of living power: it is sharper than the sharpest dagger, cutting swift and deep into our innermost thoughts and desires with all their parts, exposing us for what we really are.(The Living Bible)

And this Scripture was preserved for thousands of years for YOU. Will you start a DAILY BIBLE STUDY and prayer? God’s waiting to speak to you.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Oluwakayode says:

    This is so wonderful- content, message,design,name…..BLESS YOU BRO!!!

    1. Toluwanimi says:

      thanks. you can share this blog with your friends so that they could also be blessed. God bless.

  2. Abimbola says:

    Oh my! I love this. To think of the time and how valid the Bible still is.

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