#RedNationRising Bible Study New Testament Lost Gospels, Pseudepigraphal Books ,Deuterocanonical (Apocryphal) Books


Lost Books

fragment dead sea scrollAre there lost books of the Bible? No, there aren’t. But that hasn’t stopped people from saying there are and trying to alter God’s Word. The Christian church didn’t establish the Word of God. Instead, the Christian church recognized it and never included what does not belong in the Canon.

“My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me,” (John 10:27).

Introduction

New Testament Lost Gospels

Pseudepigraphal Books

God Is Good
I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me Thank u! Lord Jesus My Lord And Savior

Other Books

 

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Book of Revelation (Apocalypse) In the Bible (King James Version) Revelation is the final book in the Holy Bible. It is the final Revelation of God to mankind, and within its message, it completes the messages and prophecies of the past, and links it all into the events to unfold in the near future. The book of Revelation, also sometimes referred to as the “Apocalypse,” contains both literal and figurative prophecies, and both literal and figurative events. It contains highly symbolic passages.

Below, you read the entire book of Revelation. The text blow is from the King James translation of the Bible. Always remember, for an in-depth Bible study and exgenesis, you should always look at alternate versions and/or the original greek text to get the most accurate meaning.

Revelation: The Book  of Revelation In the Bible (King James Version)

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