To Our Readers

The Bible. No other book has come close to the number of copies printed. It's been translated into more languages than any other work. It has been called great literature as well as the Word of God. It's been read by kings and commoners, diplomats and farmhands, college professors and janitors, corporate executives and homemakers, grandmothers and grandchildren.

But more than that, the Bible's spiritual messages, its lessons for life, the love of God it conveys—these have literally transformed, redeemed, and healed the lives of countless readers. The Bible speaks the truth. And nothing is more powerful, more liberating, than the truth of God.

This week marks the annual celebration in the United States of National Bible Week and also the Thanksgiving holiday. It is certainly fitting that a time for gratitude should also include commemoration of the Bible. In this issue of the Sentinel, you'll find several items that focus specifically on the Bible, including the Cover Story by contributing editor Beulah Roegge. It's titled "Celebrating the Book of (abundant) Life."

Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.

November 22, 1999

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