The Overview Bible Project
We love the local church, and within the family you will see many people from all walks of life, gathered together by Jesus Christ. In this family of people you will see people with amazing gifts, and some of the people know how to use those gifts they have to serve the church body. Below is a great example of a couple from Redeemer Church (Jeffrey & Laura Kranz). They have put together some great resources for people to get to know God's Word better, so take some time and look through these wonderful info graphics.
- How long is the Bible compared to other major works?
- What’s the longest book of the Bible?
- What’s the shortest book of the Bible?
- Which biblical authors wrote the most?
- How long should it take to read the Bible?
And I’ve been itching to make an infographic for some time, so I put all these answers (and more) here!
If you like the Bible and you’re a numbers geek, you’ll want to read and share this infographic.
I’ve heard a couple people reference the “one another” passages in the Bible. You’ve heard a few of them:
- Bear one another’s burdens.
- Encourage one another.
- Everybody get together; try to love one another right now. (Wait . . . that might be something else.)
But I figured it’d be good for us to have all those “one another” commands in one place, ergo, this infographic!
(I have the whole list in text form below, too.)
You’ve probably heard about David’s mighty men (if not, you’ll be ahead of the curve in a minute). David was a skilled soldier and leader, but he wasn’t alone. He had a band of very loyal, very powerful heroes who stood by him.
They accomplished incredible things in combat. Stuff modern soldiers couldn’t do. Stuff fictitious soldiers couldn’t do.
Seriously: ever hear of Legolas from The Lord of the Rings? He killed 42 orcs in one battle, and I think everyone agrees that he’s pretty hardcore.Well, you’re about to meet someone who took out 800 bad guys at once.
Here we go . . .
Sometimes in the Bible, God communicates to people in dreams. Some of them are symbolic (like the dreams inDaniel), and some involve explicit instructions from God.
Dreams fascinate me, and I figure they’re interesting to you, too. Since God has revealed some of His word through dreams, I thought it might be cool to find all the dreams in the Bible.
So, I Bible-geeked out and made this for you.