The Lost Book of the Bible Inside the Bible - On These Two Commandments Hang All the Law and the Prophets
I began studying, researching, and experiencing the Bible when I was in my early twenties. I am now sixty years old. I have looked into about any Christian denomination and the so-called nondenominational churches quite extensively. I also had an inquiring mind to see what was being taught in almost all the religions of the world—including, spiritualists, psychics, astrology thinkers, and the like.
After I began my quest to learn, it became quite evident that a prevailing theme was the end-of-the world prophecies and projections of time as to when such things would occur: biblical ideas such as, what is the mark of beast, what does the number 666 mean, and who the beast is anyway.
I also read many of what is called the various Lost Books of the Bible. Without a doubt, they are very interesting; but about eight years ago, it dawned on me—well, what is lost was right there in the current Bible.
After many questions posed to Jesus about the law, he confounded them and astonished them with his answers, culminating when a certain lawyer finally asked him, “What then, Master, is the greatest commandment?”
His response is the premise of this book: number one, love your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. The second is like it: you shall love your neighbor as yourself.
Or you can learn and understand everything, and yet if you don’t live the Golden Rule—“Do unto others as you would have them do to you”—then we have nothing.
My hope in this writing undertaking is that a person would gain insight and encouragement to treat each other the way they would like to be treated.
If you choose to read this book, I am sure you will gain a better understanding as to how to please our Creator.