Have You Ever thought of the Bible not as one book, but as a library of books? You really could, given that the Greek biblion, one of the words from which the word bible is derived, means "little books. " When you hold a Bible in your hand or access it electronically, you are cradling a rich resource of prophecy, sacred history, spiritual poetry and wisdom, divine law, an apocalypse, a series of epistles or letters, and that unique genre of Christian literature, the Gospels.
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