Everyone can have a certain future. This future is available to everyone. No one need worry regarding the future if they follow the guidelines laid out for all humanity. There is a guarranteed plan for all of earth's people. All one has to do is find that path and follow it and your future will never be unsure again. Follow these links to find out about it has been laid out for you. The hardest thing you will ever have to do is accept this future and follow the simple guide lines. We are not to follow what people say. We are to follow the Bible and its guidance. If we do this we will gain eternal life and there is nothing else that compare to this.
History, Future, Surety & Soon
Someone recently observed that everything that was fastened down has come loose. Never in the history of the world have so many people been so completely confused and disillusioned as they are today. There doesn't seem to be anyone or anything you can trust.

Daily reports of dishonesty, lying, cheating, and wilful law-breaking have left 4the average person stunned and shocked. Large corporations have collapsed because of the dishonesty of their executives. Religious leaders have failed to live up to the standard of morality and integrity they proclaimed from the pulpit.

The spirit of pessimism and cynicism is sweeping the world. One depressed man seemed to sum it all up when he said, "I'm going to quit worrying about the rest of the world. There is nothing that you can believe anymore and no one you can trust."

But there is good news for everyone! There is Someone you can trust, and Something you can trust! There is a book you can trust implicitly, the Bible--still the world's best seller.

It contains sixty-six books written by some forty authors over a period of 1,600 years (1500 B.C. to A.D. 100). The holy men of God who wrote the books of the Bible differed widely in education, occupation, and cultural and intellectual perception. They wrote under differing circumstances on three different continents, yet in theme and purpose the Bible is a single book. It speaks of one God. It reveals one Saviour, it uplifts one standard of righteousness, and when understood properly, the Bible contains no contradictions or conflicting opinions.

There is one central message in both the New and Old Testaments, because one Author inspired all the men who contributed to the writing of the Bible. That Author is the One we can trust, for He is God!

  1. Where did Jesus say we can find the truth?

The Bible says: John 17:17 MKJV
[17] Sanctify them through Your truth. Your Word is truth.

  1. Through what means did the message of truth come to the prophets?

The Bible says: 2 Peter 1:21 MKJV
[21] For prophecy was not borne at any time by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke being borne along by the Holy Spirit.

God spoke through the Holy Spirit and inspired the prophets to put down His messages and thoughts in their own words. This accounts for the variety of ways in which the same thing is said in the Bible. Divine thought in human words makes up the Bible.

  1. How much of the Bible given by God is inspired?

The Bible says: 2 Timothy 3:16 MKJV
[16] All Scripture is God-breathed, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness,

The Bible is God's message of love, truth, and guidance to His earthbound children. This is His way of making known to us what His plan and will is for our lives.

  1. What ability does God possess that sets Him apart from all other gods that man has worshiped?

The Bible says: Isaiah 46:9-10 MKJV
[9] Remember former things from forever; for I am God, and no other is God, even none like Me,
[10] declaring the end from the beginning, and from the past things which were not done, saying, My purpose shall stand, and I will do all My pleasure;

In other words, God says He knows what will happen in the future and He will tell us before it happens. Many of the prophecies, or predictions, made by God in the Bible have been fulfilled with amazing accuracy centuries after they were recorded, and at the very time God said they would come to pass.

Archaeology also has proved the Bible to be accurate in its many prophetic and historical statements.)

R. W. F. Albright says, "Thanks to modern research we now recognize its [the Bible's] substantial historicity. The narratives of the patriarchs, of Moses and the Exodus, of the conquest of Canaan, of the judges, the monarchy, exile, and restoration, have all been confirmed and illustrated to an extent that I should have thought impossible forty years ago" (These Times, January 1961).

You can trust the Bible! Jesus did. And when He was tempted by Satan in the wilderness, Jesus said, "It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God" (Matthew 4:4).

Matthew 4:4 MKJV
[4] But He answered and said, It is written, "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God."

  1. To what three general divisions of the Old Testament did Jesus refer to in His teaching?

The Bible says: Luke 24:44-45 MKJV
[44] And He said to them, These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and in the Prophets and in the Psalms about Me.
[45] And He opened their mind to understand the Scriptures.

"The law of Moses" was a common Jewish expression for the first five books of the Old Testament. The books of the Bible included in "the prophets," are Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, and the twelve minor prophetic books. "The psalms" include all the remaining books.

  1. Whom did Jesus say that the Scriptures reveal?

The Bible says: John 5:39 MKJV
[39] You search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life. And they are the ones witnessing of Me,

Jesus said that the people in His day studied the Scriptures because they thought that by doing so they would gain eternal life. In all of their studying they missed the central figure of Scripture--Christ!
  1. Why were many of the experiences of Christ's life recorded in the Bible?

The Bible says: John 20:31 MKJV
[31] But these are written so that you might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you might have life in His name.

  1. Why were the experiences of the Bible characters recorded? 1 Corinthians 10:11

The Bible says:

At another time Paul changed the wording slightly when he said, "For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope" (Romans 15:4). God desires that we might avoid some of the mistakes and sins committed by our ancestors and learn from their experiences. He also wants to give us hope that we can receive forgiveness from all our sins just as He forgave those who came to Him for forgiveness.

  1. What will the study of the Bible do for us? 2 Timothy 3:15-16

The Bible says:

Doctrine means "teaching facts or truth." Through the teachings of the Bible God instructs us in righteousness. He will guide us and reprove us so that we might be able to live the good life that He has planned for each of us.

  1. Why can't the natural man understand the Bible? 1 Corinthians 2:12-14

The Bible says:

"The mind that is earthly finds no pleasure in contemplating the Word of God; but for the mind renewed by the Holy Spirit, divine beauty and celestial light shine from the sacred page. That which to the earthly mind was a desolate wilderness, to the spiritual mind becomes a land of living streams" (The Ministry Healing, p.460).

  1. Whom did Jesus say would guide us into all truth? John 16:13

The Bible says:

Only as the Spirit leads us in our study of the Bible, interpreting what He inspired the writers of the Bible to put down for us, will we know the truth of God.

  1. What did the apostle Paul tell us we should do with the Bible? 2 Timothy 2:15

The Bible says:

The King lames Version says, "Study to show thyself approved unto God." The deeper you dig, the richer will be the veins of truth that you will discover. It requires earnest effort and time on our part if we are to understand the deep things of the Word of God.

  1. Why did Paul say the people of Berea were more noble than others? Acts 17:10-11

The Bible says:

What a marvellous revolution would take place in the religious world today if those who attend the various churches would search the Word of God to see if what is being taught in their church is according to Scripture.

  1. To what does the psalmist compare God's Word, or the Scriptures? Psalm 119:105

The Bible says:

Perhaps today we would say the Bible is like a flashlight to help us find our way through the dark pathways of life.

  1. How can we keep from sinning against God? Psalm 119:11

The Bible says:

One of the greatest proofs we have that the Bible is more than just another book written by good men is its power to change the lives of those who read it. That alone is a miracle of divine power.

  1. Is it your desire to really study the Bible and understand it?

Your answer:

  1. Will you plan to spend some time each week studying God's Word?

Your answer:

"We search the world for truth, we cull The good, the pure, the beautiful, From graven stone and written scroll, From the old flower-fields of the soul, And, weary seekers of the best, We come back laden from our quest, To find that all the sages sold Is in the Book our mothers reed."
-John Greenleaf Whittier

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