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Loyal
Greetings,
I know most of us understands this but at times I think some forget.

The Bible Are Letters.
They are just as anointed today as the day they were written.

Man changed the format into chapter and verses thinking it would make things easier.

The problem there is that people try and lump an entire chapter as one point and many times it is not.

Also people tend to turn to the next chapter and make it a brand new topic and many times it is a continuation from the last chapter and still on the same topic.

I thought this just bares a reminder.

Blessings
Wired
 
Loyal
I actually have a Bible without chapter and verses.

https://www.amazon.com/Testament-Bible-Without-Chapters-Verses/dp/1300781963

Mine isn't this one (mine isn't KJV)
But you can get almost any version

https://www.amazon.com/Bible-Without-Chapter-Verse-Numbers-ebook/dp/B00L6HXFSU

I do agree with you. I does put a different perspective on many "verses" when there is no verse number.
It forces you to read "in context".
Thank you Sir,
I will be checking those out.
Blessings to you
 
Loyal
funny thing is I did just this yesterday to a member here I replied with scripture to his post, but did not say it was scripture and did not put any verse on it, he then argued against the very words of God because he thought I was saying it
 
Loyal
funny thing is I did just this yesterday to a member here I replied with scripture to his post, but did not say it was scripture and did not put any verse on it, he then argued against the very words of God because he thought I was saying it
Hmmm you would have thought such said member would have Recognised God's Word?
 

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