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.