Enjoy The Promises

19 If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. ~ John 15:19

Many people wonder who the Bible was written to. I believe Jesus clarifies it for us when He says that if we were of the world, we would be loved by the world. But as it is, we do not belong to this world; therefore, we are hated by this world. I want you to understand that neither Jesus nor the Bible are in the habit of talking to people who are unbelievers now but will be believers later. That is not how prophecy works.

By and large, the Bible is written to and for believers. The followers of Yeshua, Jesus, the Son of the Living God. Now, it does mention the end of the unbelievers, but even that is written to the saints of God as knowledge. So that we can warn the sinner to come to Jesus. In order to understand the Bible, you have to have the Holy Spirit within you guiding you through the Word of God. Why? Because Scripture is not up to each person’s own interpretation.

Thus, the Bible is written to believers, and until you are a believer, the Scriptures and its prophecies and promises do not belong to you. They can belong to you just by confessing with your mouth and believing in your heart that Jesus Christ came in the flesh, died, and rose again.

Dear LORD, please forgive me for all of my sins. Thank You for forgiving me and loving me. Thank You for Your sacrifice on the cross. I believe that You came in the flesh, that You died for my sins, and that You rose again on the third day. Thank You for grafting me into Your vine so I might dwell in Your love and receive Your promises. In Jesus’ name, I pray, amen.

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