Despite reading regularly there is one book that still sits on my shelf unread – the Bible.
I purchased my first copy just a year ago because I felt that my studies would never be complete if I left this one out.
And yet, there it sits.
Still, there’s no disputing the influence it has had on the world.
For more than 2000 years the stories have been passed down from generation to generation, quite an accomplishment.
As I mentioned in a previous post I looked forward to watching the TV show Superbook despite not being a practicing Christian.
It was not the animation that amazed me or the action but the stories themselves.
The Bible is basically a collection of stories from which we can learn many of the lessons of life.
It gives us examples to follow and things to avoid.
In other words, what we should, and shouldn’t do.
Now for those of you who have seen the Bible, it isn’t a quick read. It’s about 1600 pages and the print is small. Moreover, the wording can be slightly hard to understand.
As I state on my website, my goal is to help people find answers and I always strive to make it as quick and as painless as possible.
So for anyone interested in brushing up on their Bible stories and the lessons they contain, I recommend checking out this website. The stories were written children, but I found the stories clear and powerful, maybe you will, too.