| The Bible
is more than a book of history. It is even more than a love letter from
God to the human race. It is the mind of God. It is the heart of God. It
is simple enough that a child can readily understand its message. At the
same time, it is deeply engaging on a purely intellectual level.
Some parts of the Bible can offer enough material to provide a lifetime of study. Often those who read it regularly come across questions that invite deeper research, meditation, prayer, and discussion. These questions and issues are often made even more challenging by the chasm of time and cultural change that separates us today from the original words penned in Hebrew and Greek so many generations ago. Yet they are worthy questions. Even if ultimately unanswered in our earthly quest, their very exploration creates within those seekers of truth a spirit of adventure and discovery.
It is with such a focus that these two questions are offered here. Spend some time engaging your mind in these fascinating issues.
The first person who could give an acurate answers in these two questions will receive a love gift of P500 from us. Just e-mail your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Puzzle 1 - Which book of the Bible
In Exodus 24:7 "Moses took the Book of the Covenant and read in the hearing of the people. And they said, 'All that the Lord has said we will do, and be obedient."
Puzzle 2 - What verse(s) in the Bible