Why did the authors write the Bible

In the beginning was the  word and the word was with God and the word was God. John 1:1

The authors under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit wrote these books. These books were written so that man might read the word of God and be inspired.
Hear the word of God and interpret. Interpret the word of God and receive revelation.

The bible inspired by the Holy Spirit written by mortal man so as to build a bridge of revelation between man and God. This bridge being our Lord Jesus Christ. So that man might comprehend the word and accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour of their lives.

The whole word revolves around one significant figure that is the Messiah Jesus Christ . Jesus Christ is the fulfilment of prophecy.

Why did the authors write ?  God knowing the heart of man, knowing the troubles of man gave us the gift of His word through His servants to write this awesome word called the Bible.

The Bible is for every individual offering the forgiveness of sins and eternal life through Christ. For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.  John 3:16
God wants the world to enjoy eternal life in His presence in out of His manifold love. The Bible signifies one word that word is love .  Love for the world given to us through His word . Why did the authors write ? The author wrote because of God’s love for mankind . That  love came in the form of His Son Jesus. Accept Jesus and receive eternal life in Christ.

One thought on “Why did the authors write the Bible

  1. I like how you think.

    Jesus Christ is the central element of the entire Bible story. The Gospel message is what we are supposed to hear when we listen to the Bible. I spend about half of my time on my blog pushing this point.

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