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John 12/24: Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit. John 12/24: Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit. John 12/24: Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit.

Hebrews 4/12: For the Word of God [is] quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and [is] a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

 

 

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How should it be said “bible” or “Holy Scriptures”?
Generally, human beings use words and ignore their origin and meaning without thinking if they are correct, appropriate and above all, if they are valid, or if they are authorized by the very same God. One of those words which they ignore is the wide used word “bible”. But from where does that word comes from? And is it correct before God the use of that word to refer to the most important compendium of the Books of God in the Earth that had survived the times and in hands of humanity?

The word “bible” comes from the latinized word “biblia”, that comes in turn from the greek word “biblion”, that is translated as book, whose plural was “biblia” which is translated as books. And the greeks in turn, took the word “biblion” from a famous phoenician port in ancient times known as Biblos, because from that port the papyrus that was brought from Egypt was commercialized, material from which the scrolls or books were written in ancient times, and with that name of “biblos” it was identified in the course of time those scrolls of egyptian papyrus.

A proof that the word bible comes from the greek is the use of greek prefixes that were incorporated in the spanish tongue such as “biblio” which means book, in words such as: “biblioteca, bibliografia, bibliofilo”.
So, when a person says the word “bible” what is merely saying is “books”, as if it they were anything, common and ordinary, denaturalizing the essence and nature of the Book of books.

So the proper, correct and true term that must be used is Holy Scriptures, which is one of the terms that effectively appears to be used, not as the word “bible” that does not appears in any of its books, and never did the sons of Israel nor the ancient believers knew it by that name. 2 Timothy 3/14-16: “But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned And that from a child thou hast known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Jesus the Messiah.”

So being that the correct term is Holy Scriptures, it defines the following: 1) Defines nature and essence because the Holy Scriptures are differentiated from other type of scriptures that exist or have existed such as religious scriptures, pagan scriptures, philosophical scriptures, or any other type of scripture; 2) It defines concept and structure, inasmuch as how it must be defined and understood and how it is internally composed; 3) for reasons of reverence and respect, because by referring ourselves to the compendium of the Books of God as Holy Scriptures we show the importance and relevance that is has, by belonging exclusively to God and that it is not any type of book or scripture.

Finally, we consider fundamental to expose that only the ones called by the True God are the ones who must abandon those terms and erroneous religious concepts that nowadays are used and have to begin using the true language of all of God´s chosen ones.
07 Jul 2017 churchofGod.tk

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How should it be said “bible” or “Holy Scriptures”?
Generally, human beings use words and ignore their origin and meaning without thinking if they are correct, appropriate and above all, if they are valid, or if they are authorized by the very same God. One of those words which they ignore is the wide used word “bible”. But from where does that word comes from? And is it correct before God the use of that word to refer to the most important compendium of the Books of God in the Earth that had survived the times and in hands of humanity?

The word “bible” comes from the latinized word “biblia”, that comes in turn from the greek word “biblion”, that is translated as book, whose plural was “biblia” which is translated as books. And the greeks in turn, took the word “biblion” from a famous phoenician port in ancient times known as Biblos, because from that port the papyrus that was brought from Egypt was commercialized, material from which the scrolls or books were written in ancient times, and with that name of “biblos” it was identified in the course of time those scrolls of egyptian papyrus.

A proof that the word bible comes from the greek is the use of greek prefixes that were incorporated in the spanish tongue such as “biblio” which means book, in words such as: “biblioteca, bibliografia, bibliofilo”.
So, when a person says the word “bible” what is merely saying is “books”, as if it they were anything, common and ordinary, denaturalizing the essence and nature of the Book of books.

So the proper, correct and true term that must be used is Holy Scriptures, which is one of the terms that effectively appears to be used, not as the word “bible” that does not appears in any of its books, and never did the sons of Israel nor the ancient believers knew it by that name. 2 Timothy 3/14-16: “But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned And that from a child thou hast known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Jesus the Messiah.”

So being that the correct term is Holy Scriptures, it defines the following: 1) Defines nature and essence because the Holy Scriptures are differentiated from other type of scriptures that exist or have existed such as religious scriptures, pagan scriptures, philosophical scriptures, or any other type of scripture; 2) It defines concept and structure, inasmuch as how it must be defined and understood and how it is internally composed; 3) for reasons of reverence and respect, because by referring ourselves to the compendium of the Books of God as Holy Scriptures we show the importance and relevance that is has, by belonging exclusively to God and that it is not any type of book or scripture.

Finally, we consider fundamental to expose that only the ones called by the True God are the ones who must abandon those terms and erroneous religious concepts that nowadays are used and have to begin using the true language of all of God´s chosen ones.
07 Jul 2017 churchofGod.tk

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