The Bible’s 9 Amazing Characteristics

The Holy Bible is a book defined by perfection. It may have been written by imperfect men, but it was solely inspired by the one true perfect God. The Bible contains a message that reflects God’s most notable characteristic; Love.

SEE ALSO: “7 Easy Steps To Help Your Personal Bible Study”

1. The Bible Is An Authoritative Book

Consult God’s instruction and the testimony of warning. If anyone does not speak according to this word, they have no light of dawn.- Isaiah 8:20

The Bible is the ONLY inspired written record by God himself. The central character of the Bible, the Lord Jesus Christ, professes to be the ONLY way to Heaven. Unlike the ancient philosophers, the men of the Bible are men who speak with great power, certainty, and authority.

2. The Bible Is An Infallible Book

Many have tried to debunk the holy Bible, but no one has ever proven that there are mistakes within. Its history and accounts are so accurate and there are absolutely no contradictions found within.

3. The Bible Is An Old Book

Did you know that the Bible was the first book to have ever been printed on a press? Johann Gutenberg was the inventor of the printing press and in 1450 he printed the first printed Bible known as the Gutenberg Bible.

4. The Bible Is A Prophetic Book

While other ancient writings do not even attempt prophecy, the Bible attempts it and fulfills it! One only has to consider a few Old Testament prophecies about the life of Christ to see this (Num. 24:17-19; Gen. 49:10; Mic. 5:2; Isa. 7:14; Dan. 9:25; Hos. 11:1; Isa. 53; Zec. 9:9; Psa. 69:21; Psa. 34:20; Psa. 16:10; Psa. 41:9; Zec 11:12; Psa. 35:11; Psa. 22).

5. The Bible Is A Unified Book

The sixty-six books of the Bible were written by some thirty-five or forty different authors, on three continents, over a period of 1,800 years. These men came from all walks of life, differing greatly from one another, but their writings never contradict. These books COMPLIMENT one another. Such an accomplishment would be impossible if the Holy Spirit were not the Divine Author.

Prev1 of 2Next