What is your favorite section of the Bible?

@jillbeth (2711)
United States
December 7, 2006 2:35pm CST
My favorite part of the Bible is 1 Corinthians 13, the description of what love truly is. What passages do you find particularly beautiful or inspirational?
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@janet069 (663)
• United States
7 Dec 06
John 3:16. To me this sums up pretty much everything. Gods love and what is promised to the believers. Glad to see someone on here that believes in and reads the bible. Have a great holiday season.
@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
8 Dec 06
Yes, we seem to be few and far between. I pity those who choose to walk in the darkness when the light is so much better!
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• United States
11 Jan 07
My favorite part of the Bible is the book of Revelation. I believe that we in the world now are living in the last days. When I read the book of Revelation, it keeps me strong and determined to call on my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
• Philippines
23 Dec 06
I really love the Holy Bible, the whole of it, and I feel hard up to pinpoint which part is my favorite. Yes, 1 Corinthians 13 is beautiful. I like and remember well enough Romans 8:28 as a reminder when all things seem torn apart and I feel downspirited because of adversities for it says in part that all things work together into good for those who love God and so therefore, whatever happens, I expect that all things will turn into good and that gives me strength to endure and persevere.
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
11 Jan 07
I love all of my bible there are different sections I like more than others actually but I love Revelations as this one tells me what will happen at the end of our lives,.
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@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Yes, it will be wonderful for those who are saved.
@siluka (304)
• Romania
11 Jan 07
i read only from genesis. and i have in plan to read entire bible :)
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@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Good for you! You will be blessed.
• United States
3 Jan 07
I love the entire bible and believe that in order to know the bible one must read whole books prayerfully rather that just selected verses. The Holy Ghost wil teach you all things. Just pick it up and read it. Go to www.av1611.com and read it get a King James(NOT NEW KING JAMES) bible,if you need one I will send you one free.
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@ezzrssi (11195)
• Italy
7 Dec 06
first part
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• United States
8 Dec 06
Being pagan, my favorite part of the bible says to sell your daughters into slavery and have them stoned.
• United States
8 Dec 06
- Instructions on how to sell your daughter as a slave (Exod.21:7-8)
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@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
8 Dec 06
I said beauriful and inspirational, thank you very much.
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@flowerchilde (12547)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I especially love the gospel of John, especially chapter 17, and 15 "abide in Me.."
@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
10 Feb 07
I love John, too. I have memorized the first several verses.
• United States
16 Mar 07
I read an interesting thing the other day, which was the dictionary list of the meanings of the word "word" - it was great! :))
• Philippines
20 Feb 07
we do have the favorite chapter i like in the bible. for what love means all about
28 May 07
Grace and peace to you friend. I am glad that you found this passage to be true because the word of God is truth. My favorite passage is found in 2Thessalonians 1:8 "He(Jesus) will punish those who do not know God and do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jusus". A good answer to what is the gospel? is found in 1Corinthians 15:1-4. Respond if you want to learn more. May God open your to a little Bible discussion.
• Australia
16 Mar 07
This is almost impossible to answer. I love the whole of the Word of God and spend hours reading it every day. I would not want to be without any part of it. I love Romans. Romans 8 was the first passage I ever studied after becoming a Christian. It blew my mind with such wonderful truths and has always remained my favourite chapter. How could we do without Isaiah 53? Then again, the heights to which Ephesians and Colossians raise us as we read in breathtaking. And James and Timothy are so practical. And without the Old Testament we wouldn't understand the New. And ... and ... we could go on forever.