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"It is my judgement, therefore, that we should not make it difficult for the Gentiles (the People) who are turning to God." Acts 15:19 NIV

What is the Purpose of this Site?

It is not about any one person ... This site is about what Jesus really did do. Outside of this site, if you want to search more of "What Jesus Did Do" look in the Bible in the first Four Gospels. Pay attention to what the adjectives, adverbs and verbs are in the Gospels, as to What Jesus Did Do.

The Purpose of this site is to help you grow more in your personal growth in your relationship with God.
This is to be an avenue for God to touch you as much as you are willing and able to let Him Touch you. This is to help both those who may have never heard anything about God, and for those who have been trying to refine their lives all their lives. The Purpose of this site is NOT to make money, but to show you insights that God has given because others because they choose to seek. Publishers have wanted to publish what is posted on this site ... but then that would take longer for it some to access this informatio

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Bible Links Online

Since you may not have a Bible beside you as you access this website, links to BibleGateway.com will be included direct to the scripture that is being referenced.
This website has nothing to do with the BibleGateway.com. This is not a sub-site of their site, just connecting to what they already have posted online.

Links will include Bible Translations, but you can change to a translation that is easiest for you to understand. When a scripture sticks out in your mind check out a few different translations.
The Bible was written in 3 different languages, Hebrew, Arabic, and Greek. The New Testament was written in Greek. Different languages have different words and different sentence structures. Some words there are not translations for. An example would be Love - in Greek there are four different words for Love, yet in English there is only one word for the word love.