Read Verses in Their Contexts

Hi.  I just wanted to say I don’t believe in plucking verses out of context from the Holy Bible and applying them to all people, and every and all situations.  The verses I choose to post here and comment briefly on are those which hold special meaning for me and which I’d like to pass along.

I pray that after reading any of the verses here that you will “walk circumspectly” as Paul said to the Ephesians 5:15 (See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, 16 Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.)  Read at least a few verses (or more) before and after.  And please do use the King James Version of the Holy Bible which uses the Textus Receptus, which is the most trustworthy to the original manuscripts from which the texts of most of the Bibles throughout the past hundreds of years were taken.

The best online KJV is KJV Pure Bible Search.  Once on the site, just find your device or computer that fits and download.  Once downloaded, it’s fast and simple to use and you can copy-paste from it at will.

Well, thanks for listening and God bless you and your family.

Author: Valerie Serrano

Valerie Serrano has a master of fine arts degree in creative writing and a bachelor of arts in psychology. Valerie taught English and writing in New York for seven years (1996-2003), and has been teaching creative writing classes online through www.LetsWrite.com and in Santa Rosa, California, where she now resides, since 2012. Her small business is called Let's Write! from which she also offers editing, self-publishing help, and more (such as motivation to good but scared writers). Val loves every minute of it, especially when students have the gumption to take their writing from first (very) rough draft to (self) published. Valerie has self-published her own novel called The Archangel of Hamilton Beach and a children’s picture book, Horses Talk Funny, both available on Amazon and via her blog. Val loves to say: So, Let's Write!

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