Deuteronomy Laws. In Deuteronomy chapters 12 through 26, Moses revealed to the Israelites a set of laws known to scholars today as the Deuteronomic code. The Deuteronomic code is one of a set of three groups of laws laid down in the first 5 books of the Bible (Pentateuch). The other groups of laws being the Book of the Covenant, Exodus 20:20-23:33, and the Holiness code, Leviticus 17-26.
Bible Summary. The Bible has a lot to say about giving. The Bible listing below, “Four Things the Bible Says About Giving”, provides scriptures that tells about giving in our Christian life. Scripture topics include the law of giving, whom to give to, whom not to give to and, how to give. See below for a Bible listing of "Four Things the Bible Says About Giving”.
Bible Summary. Part of being a Christian is being thankful. The Bible listing below, “Thirteen Scriptures For Being Thankful”, provides scriptures that tells us why and how to be thankful in our Christian life.
Bible Summary. God loves that we pray and intercede for our children in our prayers. When we pray for our children it is always good to based our prayers on scriptures, God's Word. The Bible listing below "Eleven Scriptures to Use When Praying For Children" provides scriptures for us to use to pray for our children.
Bible Summary. The Old Testament records many of the miracles of the Bible. Miracles are supernatural events that occur in the natural world. These supernatural events (the not seen) are evident that there are supernatural powers that our outside our five senses. Many miracles can be explained away, but many cannot.
The Bible is a guidebook that instructs Christians on what to do. The Bible teaches us about Christian virtues by providing us both good and bad examples of human behavior.
The Apostles' Creed. The Apostles' Creed is rooted in the early church. It did not reach its final form until the 7th century in France. At its essence the Apostles' Creed is a distillation of the essentials of Christian faith as expressed in the Bible. Through the years the Apostles' Creed has aided in providing a clear understanding of what Christianity is and what it is not.
Bible Summary. Love as described in the Bible is "agape love". This is a love that asks for nothing in return. "agape love" is best defined as unmerited favor. This love is unconditional love. The Bible listing below of "The Ten Ways to Love" provides us scriptures about the different facets of love that are without conditions.
This is the second part of the Bible list concerning the seven statements that Jesus made while he was on the cross. These seven sayings chronologically document distinct emotions of Jesus while he was on the cross. The emotions that Jesus felt included forgiveness, salvation, relationship, abandonment, distress, triumph and reunion.
- 35 Doctrines From Isaiah 52-53
- Apostles' Creed References
- Being Thankful List
- Bible in Fifty Words
- Blessings of Believing
- Characteristics of a Father
- Characteristics of Giving
- Characteristics of God's Divine Nature
- Characteristics of Human Nature
- Christian To Do List
- Christian Values
- Christian Virtues
- Christian Rituals & Practices
- Deuteronomy Laws
- Eleven Ways To Pray For Children
- Four Reasons For Giving to Church
- Four Reasons for Tithes & Offerings
- Four Things About Giving
- Laws of Sowing and Reaping
- Miracles of Jesus
- Miracles of Old Testament
- Moses' Excuses For Denying His Calling
- Names of Jehovah
- Names of Jesus
- Nine Fold Fruit of the Spirit
- Parable of Jesus
- People Raised From the Dead
- Revealed Mysteries
- Seven "I AM" Statements of Jesus
- Seven Stages of Christian Growth
- Signs of End Times
- Ten Commandments
- Ten Ways To Love
- Three Types of Death
- Twelve Disciples of Jesus
- What Jesus Said on the Cross