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Favorite Book Of The Bible

What is your favorite book of the Bible and which has had the most impact on your Christian walk?

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Philippians, no contest.
---PastorWalt on 1/11/12


I like all the books in the Holy Bible. I really like the Messianic prophecies of Yeshayah (Isaiah) in the Brit Attiq (old testament) of B.C. (Before Christ), and also the witness by Ioannes (John) in the Brit Chadashah (New Testament) of A.D. (Anno Domini: Annual of the Lord).
---Eloy on 12/16/11


Did you know that the name James is really Jacob? for what it's worth. :)
---Rod4Him on 12/14/11


The book of James is my favorite book of the Bible because it's so practical.
---wivv on 12/13/11


Francis//So how does Ellen white fit?
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I would suppose the only way she fits in is thru the plagiarized works of other Biblical writers.

In the AMGs Encyclopedia of World Religions, Cults & the Occult (2006), we read "There are now 2 distinct camps in Adventism. The split became apparent in the late 1970s when pastors of many years standing began to question some of the peculiar doctrines of their prophetess, Ellen G. White arguing that these could not be supported fully by the Scripture." (p. 724)

So Francis, maybe someday the Spirit of God will move on Adventism so that they will be like Herbert W. Armstrongs Worldwide Church of God and become a Christian denomination, a non-cult.
---lee1538 on 12/11/11




---lee1538 on 12/9/11
---Rob on 12/9/11

I could understand if the question was " what is your favourite Ellen G white book?" But the question is: "What is your favorite book of the Bible and which has had the most impact on your Christian walk?"

So how does Ellen white fit?
---francis on 12/9/11


Francis, why do you continue to avoid and answer the question I asked you on 12/8/11?

When a individual should ask a question based on TRUTH, it is typical of those who are in a "CULT" to avoid answering and side step the question(s).

Previously I asked you if a person who claims to be God's Prophet (ie, Ellen White) makes a proclomatian which never came to pass, what type of prophet are they?

Francis, you avoided and never answered this question.
---Rob on 12/9/11


francis //how on earth does E G White fit into this blog question?
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Exactly it does not however, it is a fact that she derived much of her erroneous beliefs from the book of Daniel.

It is best to follow the Bible and not those who claim they have a special annointing as did Ellen White and Joseph Smith.

If you believe that all visions are from God, then perhaps when you get tired of Adventism, you can move on and become a Mormon.
---lee1538 on 12/9/11


Francis, you wrote how does E. G. White fit in this blog question?

Previously on these blogs you wrote "NO CHRISTIAN LIBRARY IS COMPLETE UNLESS THEY INCLUDE THE WRITTINGS OF ELLEN G. WHITE".
---Rob on 12/9/11


Unfortunately there are many that view their favorite book of the Bible simply because it supports their errant theological beliefs. Such is the case with Adventists as they hold on high the book of Daniel as it is that book that they use to support their unique theology, a theology not taught or even heard of in the early church.
---lee1538 on 12/9/11




What is your favorite book of the Bible and which has had the most impact on your Christian walk?

LEEJ and Rob you guys have serious mental issues

how on earth does E G White fit into this blog question?
---francis on 12/9/11


Lee, to me in the Old Testament it was the book of Ezekiel chapter 37 "The dry bones Live" and in the New Testament the book of John, the whole book. Many others are awesome but those two are my favorites. The book of Romans is my third.
---Mark_V. on 12/9/11


Either you never have read the last chapter of the book of Revelation, or you reject what is written.
---Rob on 12/8/11

Explain, but first reread my post n the CONTEXT of the blog question
---francis on 12/9/11


//Also what is the fate of those you died before Ellen G. White came along with her teachings?

the literature has much to say about Ellen White and her closed door policy - that those who continue to reject Miller's view that Christ would came in 1844 would no longer qualify for salvation.

the problem with White and her followers today is their belief that righteousness come from obedience to laws and that one must observe the law to be legitimate Christians.

As to favorite books of the Bible it is obvious that Galatians, Hebrews, Romans, and Colossians are not among their favorite books as all too much is contrary to what they want to beleive.
---lee1538 on 12/8/11


Francis, on 12/4/11 you wrote Isaiah is the only complete book of the Bible.

Either you never have read the last chapter of the book of Revelation, or you reject what is written.

I believe you reject it.

Also what is the fate of those you died before Ellen G. White came along with her teachings?

What is the fate of those who reject the teachings of Ellen G. White?
---Rob on 12/8/11


Rightly divide. Ask who is speaking, to whom are they speaking and what's the context. Do I fit in the audience? God gave Isaiah instructions to preach without clothes (Isa.20:2). You aren't Isaiah.
Everyone divides or chooses which parts of the Bible they will obey.
Rightly divide.These questions of Bible passages will lead you to Pauls epistles.
Jesus appeared to Paul and taught him the manifold wisdom of God (Gal 1:1, 11, Eph 3:10). His epistles contain instructions from the risen Lord Jesus.

While most of the Bible was written specifically to the nation of Israel, the Lord gave Paul instructions specifically for the Gentiles (Eph 3:1). He was titled the apostle of the Gentiles (Rom 11:13). You are in this audience.
---michael_e on 12/7/11


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I have the most love for Hebrews, Romans & Galatians as they address our primary doctrines for our walk and has been the most useful in combating those that are steeped in legalism.
---lee1538 on 12/6/11


Romans. It has promises which comfort me. Romans 8:28, 38-39, 12:1-2 particularly.
---Trish on 12/5/11


The book of John would be it.
---shirley on 12/5/11


Isaiah from Chapter 40 to the end. I took those scriptures literally, memorized them, and fed off of them for years. I was one of those who needed to know the depth, length, height, etc., of God's love for me and Isaiah spoke to me the most during my early years of my walk with the Lord.
---anon on 12/5/11


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ISIAIH:it contains the entire plan or repeemption, gift of salvation, end of the age, destruction of the wicked, and life after sin in it

It is the only complete book of the bible
---francis on 12/4/11


Not one book > "be content with such things as you have," in Hebrews 13:5 has helped me understand I need to be satisfied with whatever I really have in each relationship. And the scripture about the LORD closing Rachel's womb because Jacob did not love Leah (Genesis 29:30-31) > this shows me that God expects me to be able to fully love any woman He chooses for me to marry, no matter what she looks like or what her problems are . . . like how Jesus takes any person to be His bride, with any problems. And 1 Peter 3:4 with 2 Corinthians 2:14-15 shows me about being pleasing to God, in the beauty and fragrance of Jesus (c:
---Bill_willa6989 on 12/4/11


My favorite book in the Old Testament is Tobit, and in the New Testament, Philippians.
---John.usa on 12/4/11


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