• Tony Myles July 11, 2013 Reply

    I’m sure it will be pointed out several times, but the last reference is incorrect. Thanks for the info, though!

    • Chuck July 11, 2013 Reply

      Tony, Todd was conducting a test to see who thoroughly reads a post and who doesn’t. You passed. EPIC WIN!

  • Jeff Ruble July 11, 2013 Reply

    I can see why they are so popular. We find comfort from them as well as being correct ed. John 3:16 I believe is the main verse in the entire. bible. The greatest Hope for everyone.

  • Jeff Ruble July 11, 2013 Reply

    Oh yea. Psalms 23 being reviewed. I have viewed chapter about 30 times because I am writing a book on the 23rd psalms.

  • Ty July 27, 2013 Reply

    It’s interesting that Jesus quoted more from Deuteronomy during His earthly ministry.

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