Can we trust the Bible?

December 9, 2006 7:26am CST
The Bible is the most widely disributed book in the world today. It contains many prophecies of the things that have past and those yet to happen on this earth. It helps us to know that God really cares about us. I trust the Bible with all my heart. Do you also trust it?, if so, tell me why.
2 responses
@exchange (949)
• Australia
9 Dec 06
you can trust it if you have been brainwashed by the cult that uses that book otherwise that book is fantasy with just a bit of exagerated truth (about 0.0000003% of that book)
@adroit777 (236)
• South Africa
9 Dec 06
Every prophecy ever written in the Bible came true to the letter. There is only one major one outstanding - The return of Jesus Christ which starts with the rapture of the church and all other events relevant to it. One must be very blind not to believe. The one world system and all associated with it is almost here in full swing. The Bible foretold these events ages ago. One can only believe through God's grace. The Bible teaches that the Gospel is foolishness to the world, but is the power of God to salvation (Romans 16:1). It also teaches that the "foolishness of God is wiser than men and the weakness of God, stronger than men. Jesus Christ is God in the flesh. His Word is infallible and His power is irresistable. There is nothing like Him nor will there ever be. I am His forever. What a privilage!