Bible Accuracy 6

Posted: September 28, 2017 in Bible Accuracy
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This week let’s finish reading who wrote the New Testament.

The book of James was written by James.  James 1:1  James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ.

1Peter was written by Peter.  1Peter 1:1  Peter, an Apostle of Jesus to God’s elect, …  1Peter 5:1  To the elders
among you, I appeal as a fellow elder, a witness of Christ’s suffering …

2 Peter was written by Peter.  2 Peter 1:1  Simon Peter, a servant and apostle of Jesus Christ.  It is also written
in the first person “I”.  For example, 2 Peter 1:12  So will always remind you …  2Peter 2:13  I think it is right to
refresh your memory as long as I live in the tent of this body.

Both books of John were written by the Apostle John, who walked with Jesus.

Jude was written by Jude.  Jude 1:1  Jude, a servant of Jesus Christ and a brother of James.

Revelation was written by John while he was sentenced to the island of Patmos by the Romans.
Revelation 1:1  He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John,  who testifies to everything he saw-
Revelation 1:4  John, to the seven churches in the province of Asia.  Revelation 1:10  On the Lord’s Day I was in
the Spirit, and I heard behind me a loud voice like a trumpet, which said:  “write on a scroll what you see and send
it to the seven churches.

In all, there are 66 books of the bible that were written by 40 authors.  Most of them were Prophets and Apostles.
Most of them lived through the events that they were writing.

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.

Jeff

 

 

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