So, in case you are unaware, I have the most wonderful Bible anyone in the history of this thing we call Earth, could have ever layed their eyes on.
Yes, it's that amazing.
It has all these cool quiz-type questions, called "Q&A", and for those of you who are somewhat mentally challenged, that stands for "Question&Answer".
Also, "Dear Jordan" letters, which all in all, is an advice collumn having to do with spiritual, and or, religious issues.
Then of course the "To The Point" articles, the "We Believe" sections, and the occasional, "Panoroma" informatives.
But the best of all, and my personal favorite, the "Instant Access" summary's. (I'm completely sure how to spell "summarys", or is it, "summaries"? ah, idk.)
They are so cool. Sometimes they basically just sumarize what is going on in that chapter, and compare it to real life. Or sometimes they just give you advice that is commonly needed, throughout the world.
So, this one basically jumped out of the page, and smacked me in the face. So, I'm going to share it with you.
I, personally, think it is quite clever. So, here goes:
"Maybe you've been brought up in a Christian home. Mom and Dad take you to Church every week. You pray at every meal, and Mom and Dad even talk about God around the house. That makes a christian. Right? Wrong. Going to church doesn't make you a christian any more than going to a barn once a week makes you a cow. You have to be born a calf, to be a cow, just like you have to be born again to be a Christian. Only your own personal faith in Christ counts. Why not trust him now?"
Isn't that awesome?
Again for those of you seeming to be confused (mentally challenged), when it says "born again", it is referring to baptism.
Anyway, I thought that was just about amazing, and I surely hope you did, as well.
I am now going to go and take a shower, then get ready to watch Gossip Girl, The City, and possibly The Bachelor. (I'm not sure how to spell that one, either).
Thank you for reading, if you did.