The Herald of Jehovah's Kingdom
The Herald of Jehovah's Kingdom
Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so on earth.
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Bible Study

Let’s see how the Bible was preserved through the ages.
Jehovah continues to bring forth to his covenant people corroborative proof that the Bible is His authentic Word of truth, and not the word of man. Prom the earliest times the canonical books have been received by the Jews as inspired and as wholly trustworthy documents
Proofs that Jesus from Nazareth was the promised Messiah
The canon of the Bible is the catalogue or collection of books which have been inspired by the holy spirit of God. "Canon" comes originally from the Hebrew word qaneh, which means "reed". The corresponding Greek word is kanon, which also means "a reed, or a measuring rod, a straight edge", something by which measurements can be made and also straight lines can be drawn. In other words, the canon of the Bible is the straightedge by which one may determine what is straight truth or straight doctrine.
No motion picture thriller of modern times could be packed with more dramatic action than what crowds its way into the story of the Bible's fight to live.
The first Book of the Bible
The title of the second book of the Pentateuch is borrowed from the Greek Septuagint, in which it is called "Exodos", which means exit, or departure; i.e., from Egypt.
This third part of the Pentateuch, Leviticus, is so called from its chiefly treating of the service of the Levite priests.
The historical gap of thirty-eight years and nine months is bridged by the book of Numbers.
Hence the name of this book literally means "second law" and denotes a repetition of laws previously given.
The book of Joshua describe the entry of chosen God's people, Israel, in the Promise Land
This book story the events from times of chosen God's Judges
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