It’s time again for another challenge to handwrite a portion of the Bible. We don’t write out the entire Bible all at once, here at the Friendship Table, but we do take on challenges to handwrite the books of the Bible prior to starting a new study. So, that means we’ll be handwriting Paul’s second Prison Epistle, that is, the book of Ephesians. Will you join us in this exciting challenge?
Have you thought of writing out the books of the Bible? That’s a pretty hefty goal, right? When you think of the 66 books in the Bible, yes, it is a pretty big goal, but what if you wrote them out one book at a time? You could begin with a challenge to yourself to write out the book of Colossians. That would be a great starting place if it is your first time to handwrite the Bible.
The scribes have been handwriting the Word of God for thousands of years. I can just imagine what it must have been like to carefully write out the words as they were inspired by the Holy Spirit. So, with all the hard copies and digital versions of the Bible available today, why should we handwrite the Bible ourselves?