The revelation of the Anointed (Christ) which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John, who testifies to everything he saw, that is, the word of God and the testimony of the Anointed (Christ).                

                                        What is a God?

Can we really know God's will?


Yes we can, but first we must decide which type of bible reader we are. There are those who have already reached their conclusions and are searching for writings (and religious groups) to prove their case and cause, and those who just want to know what the bible actually states. This website is directed to those who want to learn more about what God has planned for them. This site is not trying to start some new church following or proclaim that only we know the truth. (we don't) The contents of this site attempts to bring God's will to light. Will there be differences of opinion? Yes, but if we seek God's guidance and pray for wisdom, we all can draw closer to understanding what God has planned for those who call upon Him.


The Need to be Humble before God and Man

According to Proverbs 3:34: The True God  opposes all those who are proud, and shows favor to those who are humble.
Proverbs 18:12 states: "Before his ruin man's heart is proud, and just before glory it is humbled". So, pride is a bad thing in the eyes of God and we should all work at being humble in order to find His favor.
For Proverbs 15:33 tells us: "The fear of God is instruction and wisdom, and heeding it is the sum of all glory...and the humble will be led to this glory".


Bible Translations

There are numerous Bible translations in existence today that have been translated into multiple languages. The fact is, we don't have any of the original writings of the bible. What we do have are translations of translations! This can create a huge problem in understanding God's will. Translations can and are influenced by the beliefs of those doing the translation. One of the biggest misconceptions of the bible is that there are no errors in its contents. This is false! (see the link: Spurious passages) But God's will can be made clear, if we search diligently through-out the Word of God for the answers we seek. (even with human errors included) This website uses all available bible translations to seek God's will. We will not try to limit the resources that God may use to help us understand His word.


We would like to thank all who have allowed their thoughts and writings to be included on this website. All credit goes to those who have devoted their time and resources to the works they have compiled. These works help us in our understandings. But, ultimately all credit goes to God for opening our minds and letting all who seek Him to understand His plan.



The following books have been used for reference or bible verses


The King James Version 

The Septuagint

The Open Bible

The New International Version

The Aramaic Bible

The New King James

The Net Bible

The Sinaitic Manuscript (N.T.)


note: this is only a partial list, we also research commentors and scholarly articles, so we can gain as much information on a certain subject as possible.  



As soon as it was night, the brothers sent Paul and Silas away to Berea. On arriving there, they went to the Jewish synagogue. Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.               

(Acts 17:10-11)  



Editor's note: We apologize (in advance) for any errors in spelling or grammar. The credentials of our contributors will speak for themselves. The intent of this website is to open interest in God's word with the general public. We have no other agenda! We do not request or accept financial donations.




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