The New Testament of Jesus Christ contains:

181,253 words

7959 verses

260 chapters

27 books

Did you know an average reader (8 verses a minute) who spends 30 minutes a day can read the entire New Testament through in 30 days?  Do that every day and one would read the New Testament through 12 times in a year.  Do that for just 10 years and one will have read the New Testament through 120 times! 

Our unfamiliarity with the Bible is a witness against us.  No larger than what the New Testament is, why haven’t we mastered that material?  We’ve been Christians for years, decades even, yet we fumble through the pages unsure of our destination.

You would think that a book, the only book, which gives us directions to Heaven would be consumed and devoured by people wanting to go to Heaven.  You would think that such a small amount of material, which directly affects our eternal destiny would be read, studied, analyzed, and mastered. 

Friends, there’s no excuse.  Our ignorance betrays us.  We’ve chosen the world over the Word.  But it’s not too late.  Most who read this message will have another ten years to live.  Spend a half hour every day for those next ten years and you will have read the New Testament through 120 times!  Think of it!  Such little effort put forth for such great results!  What awaits you?  Just…

27 books

260 chapters

7959 verses

181,253 words

Read It!

Have a Great Day!

Tom Moore

Park Heights church of Christ

P. O. Box 107

1300 East Boynton Street

Hamilton, Texas 76531

“A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart and sings it back to you when you have forgotten how it goes.”

About from the Preachers PC

Gospel Preacher for the Park Heights church of Christ in Hamilton, TX. I stand for and defend the truth of God's word. All other degrees and diplomas mean very little in comparison.
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