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Monday 7/22 ~ You can know for sure

The scripture for today, July 22 (7/22), is 2nd Samuel 7:22 as found in the Old Testament of the Bible.

“How great you are, O Sovereign Lord! There is no one like you, and there is no God but you, as we have heard with our own ears.”

How do you know there is no God but the God of the Bible that we read about and “hear with our own ears” (when scriptures are read aloud)? How do you know our God is the only true God, and our Bible his only true words?

Investigating the numerous built-in proofs is how we know. They are all over the Old Testament ~ Prophecies fulfilled of people and entire nations as given in the Bible and verified in secular encyclopedias. Scientific facts not known in early centuries. Over 300 archaeological facts.  Here is a colorful website showing most of them:  http://bit.ly/2M4VdNu

Therefore, you can KNOW what God is like, what he wants and how he views you, for you have heard with your own ears and seen with your own eyes. How lucky you are. How blessed.

 

MICHEL: THE FOURTH WISE MAN and the pagan wise men tried for over a year to find the meaning of the star. Only after a year was Michel able to convince the pagan wise men to check the archives where Queen Esther and Daniel had left copies of their own writings and writings of the Jewish prophets. There they found prophecies of the God-King.  At last, they knew.  To BUY NOW, click a book cover or paste this:  https://amzn.to/2M4uzEj

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2 Comments

  1. sikesjr

    I never heard of the 4th Wiseman before.

  2. The Bible doesn’t say how many. I tend to think there were at least ten, but who knows. Still, in naming the book, I wanted to go against the traditional 3 to make people think.

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