DID YOU KNOW; the most used word in the Bible?

  • The Bible is available in 2,454 languages.
  • There are more than 3,200 verses with fulfilled prophecy either within the Bible itself or since the Bible was written. But there are still more than 3,100 verses with unfulfilled prophecies.

  • Shortest verse: Jn 11:35: “Jesus wept”
    Longest verse: Esther 8:9
    Longest chapter: Ps 119
    Shortest chapter: Ps 117
    Shortest book: 3 John
    Longest book: Psalms
    Most used word: “the”
  • Josiah

Josiah, one of the greatest kings to ever rule Israel, started his reign when he was only eight years old. 2 Kings 22:2 says “he did what was right in the eyes of the Lord.”

Later on in 2 Kings 22, the story is told of the high priest finding the Book of the Law which had been neglected and hidden for years.  This caused Josiah to tear his clothes and plead with the Lord to not punish Israel for their disobedience to God’s Word. Josiah read the Book of the Law publicly and made a covenant with the Lord along with his people (2 Kings 23:3) to obey the Lord with all of his heart and soul.

This is truly a marvelous story of repentance, spiritual leadership, and the mercy of God!

  • There are 10 places where people were raised from the dead in the Bible:
    Elijah raised the widow’s son (1 Kin 17:17-24).
    Elisha raised the Shunammites son (2 Kin 4:18-37).
    A dead man came to life when his body was set on the dead bones of Elisha (2 Kin 13:20-21).
    Jesus raised a widow’s son (Lk 7:11-15).
    Jesus raised the daughter of Jarius (Lk 8:41-42,49-56).
    Jesus raised Lazarus (Jn 11:1-46).
    Jesus was resurrected (Mt 28)(Mk 16)(Lk 24)(Jn 20-21).
    Many dead saints came out of their graves after Jesus’ resurrection (Mt 27:51-53)
    Peter raised Tabitha (Dorcas) (Acts 9:36-51).
    Paul raised Eutychus (Acts 20:9-12).

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