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The Conclusion

Jacob Ninan
After the setting up of churches in different parts of the world, there were many human problems of adjustments, carnality, ego clashes, influence of heathen culture, etc. Therefore God inspired Paul, Peter, James and Jude to write letters to different churches with teaching, corrections and rebukes which have also served Christians throughout the later centuries. The Book of Revelation contains the direct revelation from Jesus given to the apostle John concerning the end of the days and the future of man.

The Holy Spirit who inspired the scriptures also inspires the present readers to understand the heart of God and also to apply the scriptures to day by day life. That is what makes the Bible living. It teaches us about our personal relationship with God, our attitude and behaviour towards others, and our priorities, values and goals. It also tells us about the function of the church and the individual roles in the church.

The Bible also tells us what will happen as the end of the days comes up, about the rising hatred against Christians, increasing violence and immorality, and the rise of a person known as the Antichrist who will be the anointed of Satan who will try to take over the world. It tells us how this world is going to be judged and destroyed, and how the people who have rejected Christ will face their eternal judgment in hell along with the devil and his demons. It also tells us about the joyous and glorious future awaiting those who chose to believe in Jesus, how they will spend eternity with Jesus without pain, sorrow, sickness, death or any form of evil but with joy and gladness.

I hope this brief introduction to the great story in the Bible has given you a broad understanding of God's dealings with people and has caused you to love Him. My hope is that this will help you to start reading the Bible itself regularly with eagerness.

May God be with you.

Jacob Ninan
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