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All information / data contained in this site is copyrighted 2015-2017 by the author unless otherwise noted.  You are permitted to use any information on this website for your own personal use and when using publically in a speaking venue dealing with teaching or a church service.  If information from this site is used, make a reference to this website as the source.  No copyrighted information on this site can be used in a publication without the expressed written permission from the author.  For more information, please send an email to BibThoughts@gmail.com

The author believes God's Word is truth and with great satisfaction, it is free for all of those who would take the time to read it.  The copyright notice is only put here to stop plagiarism in a publication with the end result of profiting from research done by others.  Unfortunately we all know in the Christian Realm, there are books, magazines and general publications on websites that are put out by those for the sole purpose of making money.  The author has no problem giving permission to used information from this website for the benefit of Christ's Church but not for those who are working against it or profiting for the wrong reason which includes plagiarism. 

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Two premises were used in the creation of this website.  First was to put information out there that was concise, in layman's terms, quick to the point and without commercials, advertisements and selling anything.  The second is the most important which is passing on information learned or discovered that may require more research and analysis by all of us as the unsaved world is asking questions which we should be prepared to have an answer.  1 Peter 3:15 - "But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect."  As a Christian Believer  The volume of the Book is written of Me (Jesus the Christ) Ps 40:7 and Heb 10:7.

The majority of Bible readers look at the Bible for: (1) answers to problems that they are going through in life, or (2) they want to see what they may find that will help them prosper in the future.  The most important part is to read the entire Bible so that you can discover who our God is and to have a relationship with Him through the acceptance of the payment on the Cross for our sinful inadequacies that would keep from the relationship and eternal seperation.