In the Bible we read about so many miracles, there are hundreds of them. The four Gospels record only 37 miracles of Jesus – at the end of the Gospel of John the writer states that Jesus did many other things, and that if they were written down the whole world could not contain the books they would fill – so we know He performed countless miracles. And after Jesus’ ascension into Heaven the miracles of His disciples continued, and they continue today.
“You want to see a miracle son? Be the miracle.” Bible or Not?
There are many in this world who do not believe in miracles, and many who thankfully do. Find out where today’s quote is from, and check out an inspriring movie clip.
It’s Christmas time once again, the perfect time to remind ourselves and others of the true meaning of Christmas. Put aside the shopping and parties, the boxes and bags, the gifts and the bows, and remember that God himself came into this world to save all those who would believe. And His name was Jesus, meaning Savior, because He would save the world from sin.
As we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, I could not think of a better “true meaning of Christmas” speech than that delivered by Linus of Charlie Brown fame. So, I hope you enjoy this video clip from A Charlie Brown Christmas as you celebrate this year. We at Bible or Not would like to wish our readers and the world a blessed and happy Christmas. See video clip here…
With Christmas right around the corner, ’tis the season to talk of angels. In the Bible we read of the angels’ announcement of Jesus’ birth to the shepherds, we see angels atop many a Christmas tree, in Rockefeller Center angels blowing trumpets along the concourse, angels are in Christmas songs, movies, and the list goes on.
“Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.” – Bible or Not?
Do angels really have wings? And do they really have to earn them? There are 344 references to angels in the Bible. Learn about today’s quote and see a related happy Christmas time video clip…